Feature Pattern of the Week - Bonneville Wrap

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Feature Pattern of the Week - Bonneville Wrap

Bonneville Wrap by Tayler Harris
Shibui Vine, color Bone

Cool, breathable & wearable accessories are key during warmer summer months! Ideal for backyard gatherings or an outdoor stroll, the Bonneville Wrap by Tayler Harris checks all of these boxes. Light & crisp, the wrap is knit with DK weight Shibui Vine.

Vine is one of Shibui’s newer yarns & you will not believe it, but the yarn is a blend of washed paper, cotton & silk. The washed paper has a similar feel to linen & delivers a crisp, light fabric that continues to soften with wear & washing.

If you love linen, then Vine is a fun & interesting yarn to try. The Fibre Co. Luma would also be a nice choice for a softer version with a little less structure.

The Bonneville Wrap is a straight forward knit that creates a mesh-like, lacey fabric using a pattern of “make one” stitches that are passed over and off the needle, along with basic knitting and purling.

To knit the Bonneville, you will need 5 skeins of Shibui Vine or 750 yards of DK weight yarn & size US 9, 32” circular needles.

Find your summer accessory colorway at woolandcompany.com. Choose complimentary ball winding at checkout so you can get started knitting as soon as your yarn arrives.

Happy Knitting!

The Wool & Co. Team