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These wraps are perfect for summer when heading indoors to over-chilled air conditioned buildings, plus they’re quick and easy to make!

Materials:
Needles: US 8 or 9
Guage: 12 sts ≅ 4″
Yarn: 3.52 oz / 100g, Uluru Jasper Green (Queensland Collection)

Steps:

  • CO 36/48/60 (S/M/L or an even #); (S and M shown)
  • k 3 rows
  • k2, *yo, k2tog* to last 2 sts, k2
  • k 3 rows
  • Begin pattern:
    • 10 rows of:   k2, [yo, k2tog] to last 2 sts, k2
    • 5 rows of: k
      • On every third row of these 5 rows, create eyelet on both ends using:
      • (eyelet row) k2, yo, k2tog, [k] to last 4 sts, k2tog, yo, k2
  • Repeat pattern of 15 rows 12/15/18 times
  • End with k 5 rows (these 5 will be where you add buttons – do not create eyelets on the last 5) and bind off on 6th row of k

   

* Pattern originally by Margaret K.K. Radcliffe / Maggie’s Rags creates a nice thick washcloth

US 7 (4.5 mm) needles
100% cotton yarn (such as Sugar’n Cream; Lily’s)
Steps:

  • CO 45 stitches
  • Row 1 (Right Side): knit
  • Row 2 (Wrong Side): *k1, slip 1 purlwise*, repeat ending with k1
  • Row 3: knit
  • Row 4: k2, *slip 1, k1* to last 3 sts, slip 1, k2
  • Repeat these 4 rows to desired length, finishing the last row on Wrong Side
  • Bind off