Rainbows and Unicorns Wrap PDF Knitting Pattern

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Rainbows and Unicorns Wrap PDF Knitting Pattern

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Get swept away in the magical world of Ewe Ewe Yarns! The Rainbows & Unicorns wrap is a fun, dreamy escape from the real world. It features each color of Ewe So Sporty yarn in a gradient rainbow. Wear it every day and with any outfit because it will match and you’ll feel amazing!

See yarn and needle requirements below.

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Here's the specs:

Ewe Ewe Yarns Pattern #416
Designed by Leah Coccari-Swift
Measurements: Approx. 102" wide by 11" at deepest point
Yarn: Ewe Ewe Yarns, Ewe So Sporty, 145 yards, 1 ball each in 20 colors 

You will use one full ball of your chosen Contrast Color (CC, shown here in Brushed Silver) and approximately half a ball or less of each other color, see detailed breakdown below.

Weight/yardage breakdown for Ewe So Sporty
Please note that this is an approximate breakdown. Variations in gauge/tension and yarn type will affect yardage use.

A: Black Licorice 12 g / 35 yards / 32 meters
B: Charcoal 16 g / 47 yards / 43 meters
C (also CC): Brushed Silver 50 g / 145 yards / 132 meters
D: Lavender 22 g / 64 yards / 59 meters
E: Indigo 15 g / 44 yards / 41 meters
F: Sapphire 16 g / 47 yards / 43 meters
G: Sky Blue 22 g / 64 yards / 59 meters
H: Aquamarine 23 g / 67 yards / 62 meters
I-L: Teal, Pistachio, Soft Sage, Lemon Chiffon 20 g / 58 yards / 53 meters each color
M: Saffron 21 g / 61 yards / 56 meters
N: Orange Peel 20 g / 58 yards / 53 meters
O: Red Poppy 20 g / 58 yards / 53 meters
P: Berry 16 g / 47 yards / 43 meters
Q: Cotton Candy 22 g / 64 yards / 59 meters
R: Vanilla 19 g / 56 yards / 52 meters
S: Wheat 18 g / 53 yards / 49 meters
T: Chocolate 12 g / 35 yards / 32 meters

Needles: US size 4 (3.5mm) circular needle (32" for border)

Supplies: Yarn needle

Gauge: 24 sts and 44 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch, before blocking. 22 sts and 40 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch, after blocking. Gauge is not critical for this pattern, however, changes in gauge will affect the size of the finished object as well as the amount of yarn used.

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