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Prince Wrap – unisex knit wrap pattern!

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The Prince Wrap is a small, unisex, triangular wrap made of garter stitch and eyelets. It’s quick and easy, yet lovely to look at.

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The eyelet mesh sections bring interest into the wrap, while still keeping its unisex appeal. Made with one skein of King Cole Drifter, it’s a smallish neckerchief, however, if you want to make it larger, just check out the Getting Started section.

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The yarn for this design was provided by King Cole. All opinions are my own.

Prince Wrap

Knit Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

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Size
40″ long, 20″ center to point

Yarn
King Cole Drifter Double Knit: (69% Premium Acrylic, 25% Cotton, 6% Wool), Size 3 (12 wpi, DK weight), 328 yds / 100 g (yds/g = 3.28)
Wyoming 1370: 1 skein, (328 yds / 100 g)

Needles
4.5 mm (US 7)

Gauge: Learn about gauge HERE
16 sts x 38 rows = 4” [10 cm] in Stockinette

Other supplies
yarn needle

Stitches and Abbreviations: click on highlighted sts for tutorials
bo – bind off
co – cast on
k – knit
k2tog – knit 2 together
kfb – knit front and back
st(s) – stitch(es)
yo – yarn over

Getting Started
  • Read through all instructions before beginning
  • Row counts are at the end of each Row after the period, if the count has changed from the previous Row. {count here}
  • To make the Prince Wrap larger, repeat Rows 101-200 as many times as desired after finishing row 200 the first time. Then continue with Row 201.

Pattern

CO 3
Row 1:
K all
Row 2: Kfb, k to end. {4 sts}
Rows 3-100: Repeat Rows 1&2 fourty-nine times. {52 sts at end of Row 100}
Row 101: K all.
Row 102: Kfb, *k2tog, yo; repeat from * until 1 or 2 sts remain, k to end. {53 sts}
Rows 103-150: Repeat Rows 101&102 twenty-four times. {77 sts at end of Row 150}
Row 151: K all.
Row 152: Kfb, k to end. {78 sts}
Rows 153-200: Repeat Rows 151&152 twenty-four times. {102 sts at end of Row 200}
Row 201: K all.
Row 202: Kfb, *k2tog, yo; repeat from * until 1 or 2 sts remain, k to end. {103 sts}
Rows 203-212: Repeat Rows 201&202 five times. {108 sts at end of Row 212}
Row 213: K all.
Row 214: Kfb, k to end. {109 sts}
Rows 215-220: Repeat Rows 213&214 three times. {112 sts at end of Row 220}

Bind off all sts then weave in ends.

Block work.

Wear or give and enjoy!

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5 thoughts on “Prince Wrap – unisex knit wrap pattern!”

  1. Is there a mistake in these instructions:

    Rows 150-198 ends (102 stitches at end of row 198)
    Rows 214-220 ends (102 stitches at end of row 198)

    This look like such beautiful yarn, I hope to use it, but I eant to be sure about the instructions before I start the project.

    Is it possible to make the shawl larger?

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    • I just forgot to change the stitch count at the end, but the pattern itself is correct. You can just keep going if you want to make the shawl larger.

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    • I agree, the instructions are wrong. I’m currently on 200-219. I assumed this was the last part but it’s getting longer and longer and looks NOTHING like the photos, it’s not even triangular at all. 214-219 doesn’t finish it, there are no instructions to finish. No k2tog, no ssk. I’m so disappointed and now stuck

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      • It’s not going to look right until it’s blocked, as the lace pulls before it’s blocked. I promise, this is how the sample was made. I added in the bind off at the end, sorry I missed that.

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  2. Only four more rows to go before I start on the second lave panel. It is looking good, and it is the correct shape, though will obviously benefit from being blocked when it is finished. I will probably make it a wee bit larger as I will carry on to roughly the end of the ball. I used Colorado for this one, but have bought a different double knitting yarn to make a second wrap.

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