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This bundle is offered in two options:  Version One uses 2 skeins of Mad Hatter sport, and 4 coordinating mini skeins (1032 yds); Version Two also uses 2 skeins of Mad Hatter sport, but instead of mini skeins it is knit with a skein of our magical Unicorn base (kid mohair/silk/lurex sparkle)(998 yds total).

The pattern for version one is free at Knitty.com, modifications for using the Unicorn in place of mini skeins are included with the Unicorn options.

To that end, this wrap falls neatly into the category of non-boring, mindless knitting. At just about the point you feel bored with garter stitch, you switch to eyelets, and after working with just one color becomes monotonous, you go back to stripes. Playing with color throughout, before you know it you’ve got a big squishy wrap that will quickly become your go-to chill chaser.”From Knitty.com Winter 2019 issue:  “When it comes to knitting, I have a short attention span. I blame the almost infinite possibilities that can created with sticks and string. As a result, I easily tire working miles of stockinette or garter—too soon I am ready to move onto the next shiny thing, leaving a basketful of abandoned, albeit very pretty, half-finished projects. I’ve learned that I need two things in my knitting—color and change.

Mad Hatter sport weight:  100% superwash merino; 344 yds to 4 oz

Unicorn heavy fingering to sport weight:  60% silk/ 23% kid mohair/ 11% nylon/ 3% lurex; 310 yds to 3.5 oz

Yarn Weight: Sport (12 wpi)
Gauge: 17 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches in Garter Stitch
Needle size: US 7 – 4.5 mm
Sizes available: Long/A Bit Longer



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