Quite Contrary Wrap

Part of the How Does Your Garden Grow set:
Quite Contrary Scarf  |  Mary Mary Mitts

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A pretty and delicate patterned wide wrap that can be worn loosely to keep the
chill off your shoulders or to wrap you up cozy like a scarf.

Pattern Description
A beautiful open lacy shawl that can be warm and snug but also elegant and stylish.
This pattern is for a rectangular wrap worked back and forth in rows with a border worked in the round.  Includes: A full written pattern with clear instructions and helpful photos.
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~ Crochet Charts ~

Skill Level
Basic to intermediate stitches used.  Some experience with written patterns may be helpful.

7 balls of Rowan Cashsoft Baby DK or at least 950 yards of DK yarn.
I would recommend a wool or merino based yarn that can be blocked gently.

Hook | 4.00mm (G USA) Hook
Materials | Yarn Needle,  Equipment to block wrap

Size | 47 x 153cm (18.5 x 60”) Blocked size, not including the edging
Gauge | 18 stitches and 8 rows = 4 inches in over ‘Silver Bells’

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