This stunning infinity style wrap pattern features elements from two of my most popular designs to date! After completing the Jennika Infinity Wrap design, I was absolutely in love with wearing my finished wrap. The cables featured in that design make it a more heavy weight item though….and I really wanted something nice and light that worked well for keeping warm on these crisp summer evenings. Something more of a shawl style than a scarf style wrap. My Wisteria Cardigan Pattern has been a customer favorite for the last year as well….which is what got me thinking that adding the Wisteria lace to the Jennika style might just create something amazing.
I’m so thrilled with the results!
This lightweight and flexible shawl style infinity wrap will surround you in warmth while adding a touch of elegance to your day. You can pair it with absolutely any outfit and it will look great and keep you cozy. As usual, I’ve written the pattern in both a knit and a crochet version. I’ve included sizes Teen/Small Adult through XL Adult. This is a super easy pattern to adjust should you need a larger size though. I’m always happy to help with that….just send me an email at email@example.com.
This pattern features worsted (4) weight yarn for both the knit and the crochet versions. The crochet version calls for size 5.5mm (I/9) crochet hook and the knit version calls for size 5.0mm (US8) knitting needles.
The yarn used in this pattern was provided by Red Heart Yarns.
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