Knitting Pattern Asymmetrical River Wrap or Scarf
September 14, 2015
This knitting pattern features an asymmetrical knit wrap that can also be worn as a scarf. The pattern is called river wrap because the stitch reminds me of a river.
This knitting pattern is a 10 row repeat and a simple pattern to follow. I would classify it as easy and suitable for all levels of knitters. The pattern is a 10 row repeat and there is a table included with the pattern to keep track of your rows. You will need to know how to knit, purl, do yarn overs and increase in knitting to complete this pattern.
The yarn used in my pattern is Knit Picks Stroll fingering weight yarn. Any fingering weight yarn can be used to knit this pattern – you will need approx. 460 yds. The pattern is knit using size US 6 knitting needles – circular work best to accommodate the large amount of stitches.
This pattern can be worn as an asymmetrical wrap or as a scarf. When worn as a scarf it has a very pretty spiral drape.