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Boothbay Wrap

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Pattern: Boothbay Wrap

The Boothbay Wrap by Jen Lucas is the perfect accessory for using up leftovers of fingering-weight yarn or using mini-skeins. To complete this wrap, you’ll need 200 yards of fingering weight yarn in the main color and 100 yards of fingering weight yarn in six colors (600 yards total for contrasting colors). The wrap begins by casting on 91 stitches. The piece is then worked on the bias, alternating garter stitch stripes and a simple textured lace pattern.

The Boothbay Wrap Pattern includes:

  • Complete materials and yarn requirements list
  • Detailed written pattern instructions
  • Written Instructions for charts
  • Full color photos
  • Notes page for keeping track of your progress and/or modifications
  • This pattern is a 4-page downloadable and printable digital PDF.

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