Work in progress – closing gaps

Time to reveal a little of what I am working on right now. I have come quite a bit, but as the pattern is still in writing and testing so I consider it still a WIP.

As I said in my previous post it is based on a chain of 290 which makes the base 289 stitches.

The pattern has no repeats, it is one big figure which makes it not really adaptable in size if you are not adding stitches on the side or repeat the whole pattern.

It is going to be a wrap with 150cm x 65cm blocked and with border.

At first I wanted to leave fringes or add tassels but when finished it felt right to add a border. Of course we are using the double border again which, in my opinion is the best way to avoid a lot of weaving in loose ends. The first plan made me leave longer yarn ends as usual and that might be the reason that i needed 9 balls of the main color. If you work with shorter ends you might, might, might be fine with 8 balls. But that really is a long shot.

As a contrast to the two tone pattern in SCHEEPJES River Washed Colorada/Mersey, I chose a multicoloured border in four shades of SCHEEPJES Stone Washed (Lemon Quartz 65g, Yellow Jasper 55g, Enstatite 55g , Black Onyx 25g)

Aaaaaand the name is also already decided: “Lose Yourself”. As soon as the whole wrap is revealed I hope you understand the idea.

If you already want to order your yarn you can find your local SCHEEPJES dealer here:

or you can order your yarn at:

We are going to start this pretty soon…

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  1. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ I can’t wait to see the complete pattern ๐Ÿ˜. I already love the colors and the pattern’s name. Thank you for this article and keep it up๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

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