After creating my Spring Cowgirl cowl, I knew I wanted to make a wrap based off it. I finally found the right yarn for the project and was able to create the Spring Country Wrap. It’s an easy pattern – the most challenging part is the very beginning, so once you get going it’s smooth sailing. There are plenty of color combinations in the It’s A Wrap Rainbow yarn to choose from, so you can make one to match your color taste.

Spring Country free knit pattern by Jessie At Home

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Spring County
Knit Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

Size:
68″ x 31″

Yarn:
Red Heart It’s A Wrap Rainbow, 55% Acrylic, 45% Cotton, Fingering weight (size 2), 623 yds / 150 g
Whisper 9347 – 1 cake

Needles:
US-5, 3.75 mm

Gauge:
16 sts x 36 rows = 4” [10 cm] in stockinette after blocking

Other supplies:
yarn needle

Stitches and Abbreviations:
co – cast on
k – knit
p – purl
yo – yarn over
st(s) – stitch(es)

Getting Started:
It may be easier to get started with double point needles for the first dozen or so rows, though I made mine with my Clover bamboo interchangeable circulars and had no problems. Rows 6 and 7 were a little tight, but workable.

Pattern:
Pattern:
CO 3
Rows 1 – 5: K to end. – {3 sts}
Row 6: K3, pick up and knit into 3 sts along side of work, pick up and knit into 3 sts along cast on edge. – {9 sts}
Row 7: K3, place marker, yo, k1, yo, place marker, k1, yo, k1, yo, place marker, k3. – {13 sts}
Rows 8-24 even: K to marker, slip marker, (p to marker, slip marker) twice, k to end.
Rows 9-25 odd: K to marker, slip marker, yo, k to marker, yo, slip marker, k1, yo, k to marker, yo, slip marker, k to end.
Row 26: K all sts, slipping markers as they are reached.
Row 27: K to marker, slip marker, yo, k to marker, yo, slip marker, k1, yo, k to marker, yo, slip marker, k to end.
Row 28: K to marker, slip marker, (p to marker, slip marker) twice, k to end.
Row 29: K to marker, slip marker, yo, k1, (yo, k2tog) to marker, yo, slip marker, k1, yo, (ssk, yo) to one st before marker, k1, yo, slip marker, k to end.
Row 30: K to marker, slip marker, (p to marker, slip marker) twice, k to end.
Row 31: K to marker, slip marker, yo, k to marker, yo, slip marker, k1, yo, k to marker, yo, slip marker, k to end.
Row 32: K all sts, slipping markers as they are reached.
Repeat Rows 9-32 six more times.

Border
Rows 1-7 odd: K to marker, slip marker, yo, k to marker, yo, slip marker, k1, yo, k to marker, yo, slip marker, k to end.
Row 2: K to marker, slip marker, (p to marker, slip marker) twice, k to end.
Row 4, 6: K all sts, slipping markers as they are reached.
Bind off knit wise. Weave in ends. Block shawl.

Wear or give and enjoy!

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8 Comments

8 Comments on Spring Country

  1. Hi there, it looks like rows 8/9 belong together, but we need to repeat only rows 9-32. Did you mean to repeat rows 8-32 instead. Thanks!

  2. Hi, I have a medium yarn, size 4 that calls for 6mm needles, but I really want to make this shawl with it. Would it be giant if I followed your directions exactly or would it be too small?

    • Check the gauge. If your swatch is smaller, your shawl will be smaller. You can try using larger needles to make the gauge larger, or you can just repeat rows 9-32 more times to make it larger. It will just take more yarn. Good luck and have fun!

  3. The It’s a wrap rainbow is a #2 weight yarn, the it’s a wrap yarn is a #1 yarn. Which one should we actually be using on this pattern?

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