Using 5 skeins of Serena from Manos del Uruguay, this large, dramatic wrap is a cozy hug of Baby Alpaca and Cotton.
Lisa R. Myers
Depth: 22.75" at center
Serena, shown in S2318 Glacier (5 Sks)
18 sts = 4" over Garter Stitch
Manos del Uruguay SERENA (60% baby alpaca, 40% pima cotton; approx. 50g/170 yds), 5 sk. Shown in #S2318 Glacier.
US 6/4mm needle: 29“ circular or longer, or size to obtain gauge
18 stitches and 36 rows = 4“ over Garter Stitch.
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