Queen of May Wrap

Issue: 101


Queen of May Wrap by Valerie Bracegirdle

Find the pattern in issue 101 of Inside Crochet magazine

These spring fresh colours and luxurious silks are a perfect combination for an early season wrap; light enough to avoid bulk yet warm enough to keep you snug.

MATERIALS
● Willow Knits Hand-dyed Silk Worsted, 100% silk, 100g/207m/225yds Yarn A: Lemon x 2 skeins Yarn B: Peridot x 2 skeins ● 4mm hook ● Yarn needle

YARN ALTERNATIVES
You can use any light aran-weight yarn to achieve a similar effect provided it has a high silk content.

DESIGNER BIOGRAPHY
Valerie describes herself as an “accidental designer” because she didn’t set off to become a designer, it just happened somewhere along the path of enjoying crochet and knitting. Read her blog at www.agrarianartisan.com,, find her on Facebook as Agrarian Artisan and follow her on Twitter @AgrarianArtisan.


This pattern is tagged with:

Accessories: Wrap

Age: Adult

Designer: Valerie Bracegirdle

Gender: Female

Price: Magazine Only

Yarn Type: Aran


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