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  • Lara Neel (Math4Knitters)

    The Bold and Blended Striped Wrap is knit with #8 needles and four skeins of sock yarn. It's an easy way to play with different color combinations. Download the pattern, for free, and hear Math4Knitters, Crafty Living: Show 106, featuring Gwen Steege starting on January 8, 2012 at journalgazette.net/craftyliving.

  • Pam T.

    Unusual & striking asymmetrical pattern on this large (72" from tip to tip) shawl

  • Ruth Diamond-Guerin

    010312_Wrap_md by laraneel, via Flickr

  • Ashley

    Bold and Blended Striped Wrap Free pattern link: journalgazette.ne...

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