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Caddington Wrap

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Designer: Kate Heppell
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 50", 52", 55.5", 58.5", 63", 67", 71", 76", 80" full width
Yarn Lines: Bare Capretta Superwash
Yardage: 2300 - 3910
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size 4 (3.5mm): 24" or longer circular needles and 60” circular for border and DPNs for sleeves
Fiber Type: Wool & Blends
Weight: Fingering
Wrapped in this fluffy cocoon, warm beverage in hand, is the perfect way to ward off the morning chill while you lounge your way into a lazy weekend day.

The Caddington Wrap is worked flat. To achieve a symmetrical look, the wrap is worked from center with a provisional cast on, from which the second half is picked up. The sleeves are worked with waste yarn, keeping the stitches live to be worked later.

This pattern is fully charted.

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5 out of 5 stars

The Caddington Wrap was my autumn knitting project for 2017. I used Capretta in colour Sagebrush. It worked up beautifully, the pattern was fun to do. the yarn was nice to knit with and it has kept me warm all through this cold winter we have just come through. I was playing yarn chicken at the very end as I wanted to make the ribbed edging as wide as possible. I ended up with less than one meter to spare, just enough to make a cute flower as an embellishment.