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The Road Not Taken Wrap and Throw Pattern


Designer: Jodie Gordon Lucas
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 18" x 68", 46" x 68"
Yarn Lines: Billow
Yardage: 600 - 1440
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size 10.5 (6.5mm): 40" or longer circular
Fiber Type: Cotton & Blends
Weight: Bulky

This design is about choices and  was inspired by Robert Frost’'s poem “The Road Not Taken”.  The first line of the poem “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood…” is graphically depicted both in the textured stitch pattern (created with just knits and purls) and in the yarn color of the sample.  

The Road Not Taken comes in 2 sizes: a comfy throw and a rectangular wrap.  Directions are provided in both written and charted formats.

This is a relaxing knit because the pattern is repetitive enough to allow the knitter'’s mind to be focused upon other things:  perhaps roads they'’ve taken; or choices the recipient may need to make.  Knit Pick’s' sumptuous Billow, bulky, Pima cotton yarn makes an amazingly soft fabric that is an absolute pleasure to create.  The bulky yarn works up quickly, too!

A section with tips to help newer knitters master the pattern is included.

**25% of all sales of this design will go to support my local shawl ministry.** 

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