Thursday, October 17, 2013

Catching Up On Projects Past: The Sweetgum Wrap

When I was getting ready for my trip across the country to help my friend, I decided that it would be nice to make a cozy wrap to wear while on the airplane as I am always chilly on airplanes. So I picked out a couple of my colorways, with 'Cozy Plaid' being the main one, and started spun it uo on my various drop spindles. It ended up being a bulky-weight yarn and the pattern I picked to knit with it was the 'Sweetgum Wrap' on Ravelry.
This pattern was a fun knit, very quick and easy to remember. If you have 300 yards of bulky yarn in your stash that you can't seem to find the right project for, this may be it. the pattern was designed with handspun but any bulky yarn would work I'm sure. If you've knit the Sweetgum before I'd love to hear what you thought about the pattern.


  1. My first visit to your blog, just love it when I
    find a sister knitter!! lol. I have found the pattern
    for the Seaweed stole on one of your previous
    posts, I'm going to give it a go!!
    Cheers, Anita.

  2. Thank you for visiting, Anita! I'm so glad you found my blog! I'm delighted to have to now found yours. You'll have to let me know how knitting the Seaweed Stole/Scarf goes.


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