My newest design is an asymmetrical wrap named after the beautiful national park in my home state of Utah.
The Bryce Wrap was inspired by the national park Bryce Canyon. The elongated lace pattern resembles the striations along the canyon walls, and although it may look complicated to knit, it is actually very simple! Double yarn overs that are dropped throughout, along with rows of knit stitches, create the pattern, and simple double increases, and single decreases along the edges create the overall shape. This is the type of stitch pattern, that once repeated a few times, is very easy to remember and makes for a great tv watching project!
This wrap is also very airy and light, making it perfect for the warmer months. It's like wearing a cloud! And the asymmetrical shape makes it possible to wear it in so many fun and interesting ways!
I designed this wrap to use Brooklyn Tweed's Vale yarn. It is the Laceweight yarn of your dreams! It is perfectly bouncy and stretchy, making it ideal for lace projects. It stretches out beautifully making this particular stitch pattern shine. I also find it heavenly to knit with. Dropping the double yarn overs is so satisfying as they bounce ever so slightly off the needles. It's impossible not to love this yarn! Made out of 100% Rambouillet wool and available in 14 gorgeous colors, any would look lovely for this pattern. And the best part? This project only requires 2 skeins, making it very cost prohibitive. Maybe consider buying three skeins to be able to knit 2 wraps...one for you, and one to gift. I hope you love knitting this wrap, and as always tag me on Instagram and post your projects on the Bryce Wrap Ravelry page!
Pattern: Bryce Wrap by: Me
Yarn used: Vale by: Brooklyn Tweed in color Klimt
Skeins used: 1 1/2
Size made: One Size