DeStijl Wrap

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DeStijl is named for a Dutch art movement characterized by visual compositions simplified with minimal forms and colors. This cozy wrap is worked using 2 strands of laceweight yarn held together, creating a cushy and drapey fabric. Intarsia rectangles of contrasting colors join and blend by using one strand each of the blending colors. What a great pattern for color exploration!

The whole wrap is worked with yarns held double. It’s easiest and least likely to tangle to work from a ball wound with a double strand. To do this, wind a centerpull ball normally first, then wind it again pulling both the center and outside of the ball together.

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Yarn: Laceweight yarn 1820 yards in MC, 280 yards each of CC1 & CC6, 220 yards of CC3 & CC4, 160 yards of CC2 & CC5. Shown in Shibui Cima (70% Alpaca/30% Merino; 328 yds/50 g) in Ivory (MC), Lime (CC1), Suit (CC2), Field (CC3), Poppy (CC4), Fjord (CC5), Grounds (CC6).
Needles: 32-inch 3.75mm (US 5) circular needle.
Gauge: 20 sts & 40 rows = 4 inches (10 cm) square in garter
Finished Sizes: 72 inches (183cm) wide & 22 inches (56cm) tall
Notions: Intarsia bobbins, tapestry needle to weave in ends.
Pattern Includes: Charted instructions.
Stitches Used: knit.

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This pattern is part of the Modern Colorwork Collection. The whole collection can be purchased for $18.

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Comments 2

  1. sue falcone wrote:

    I purchased the pattern – and I THINK all the yarn I need – but am unclear if I need (ie) 280 yards of Lime doubled or 280 yards TOTAL – sorry if I am overthinking this – just want to make sure I have enough yarn to complete.

    Posted 06 Aug 2013 at 12:04 PM
  2. Mim wrote:

    The yardages are TOTAL yardages. So 280 yards would be 140 yards doubled 😀 Good question!

    Posted 06 Aug 2013 at 1:34 PM

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