Findhorn Wrap by Emily K Williams

Findhorn Wrap

September 2021
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 46 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch, relaxed after washing and blocking
US 3 - 3.25 mm
924 yards (845 m)
One size only
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Modularly knitted rectangles in stocking and garter stitch create a dynamic, textured wrap. Findhorn Wrap is the ninth pattern in Confident Knitting.

One size only
Length: 199cm [78¼in]
Width: 46cm [18¼in]

Coop Knits Socks Yeah! 4ply (4ply / fingering weight; 75% superwash merino, 25% nylon; 212m per 50g skein)
Yarn A: Melanite (121); 2 x 50g skeins
Yarn B: Danburite (105); 2 x 50g skeins
Yarn C: Citrine (118); 1 x 50g skein
Yarn D: Almandine (117); 1 x 50g skein
Yarn E: Quartz (122); 1 x 50g skein

Approximate yardages
Yarns A & B: 424m [462yds] each
Yarns C–E: 212m [231yds] each

1 pair 3.25mm [US 3] knitting needles, circular needles may also be used, or size needed to match tension
Waste yarn or stitch holders
Tapestry needle
Optional: sashiko needle (or other sharp needle) for working a Russian join

21 sts and 46 rows to 10cm [4in] over garter stitch, relaxed after washing and blocking
21 sts and 42 rows to 10cm [4in] over stocking stitch, relaxed after washing and blocking

Photo tutorials for the following techniques can be found within this book:
Working a yarn over at the start of a row
Picking up and knitting a yarn over
Russian join
The following video tutorials can be found on our website at
Modular joining using yarn overs (includes working a yarn over at the start of a row)
Russian join
Knitting in ends

This wrap is worked in four strips, with bold coloured stripes and alternating garter and stocking stitch sections. All the stitches are cast on and the border worked before putting stitches on hold and working the first strip. This first strip has a simple border on the right-hand edge, and yarn overs on the left-hand side. The second (and subsequent) strips are joined by picking up and knitting into these yarn overs as the knitting progresses. The wrap is completed with a small garter stitch border.
To achieve a clean colour change at the start of each stripe, a Russian join may be used. Alternatively, leave the ends loose at the colour changes and weave them in later, or knit the ends in as you go.

On page 84, all blocks should be worked over 20 rows and not 24 as stated. The following update needs to be applied to the instructions for all 9 blocks.
Please replace:
Rows 4–23: Work rows 2–3 a further 10 times.
Row 24 (WS):
With the following:
Rows 4–19: Work rows 2–3 a further 8 times.
Row 20 (WS):