Introducing: The Twining Wrap

By Ann Shayne
April 16, 2020
Field Guide No. 14: Refresh + Nua Sport yarn = lovely patterns, perfect yarn

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  • Will you please recommend a good resource for beginners to learn new stiches, techniques

    • If you follow Very Pink Knits on Yourube for basics or Roxanne Richardson’s Ravelry store for complicated stuff – find her onn Ravelry – you can’t go far wrong.

    • I have to put in a pitch for Jen Arnall-Culliford’s 2-book series A Year of Techniques and Boost Your Knitting. All the videos are free and you can find them in our How To category. She is a remarkable teacher, very calm and clear.

  • I am so tempted! I feel a new field guide coming my way! Thank you, Ann and Kay!!!

  • I, too am stating with The Twining Wrap. My Yarn, Hatter’s Teal Party is on its way to me.

  • Is this shawl asymmetrical?

    • Hi Clara! Yes, the shawl is a triangle shape, asymmetrical.

  • Adding the word, “scrumptrelescent” to my vocabulary immediately.

  • My yarn and field guide arrived today….The yarn is absolutely gorgeous and I can’t wait to cast on the Twining Wrap❣️

  • I’ll be starting with the Twining Wrap, too … and my new favorite word is “scrumptrelescent.” 🙂

  • I am in for this one. It is so seductive.

  • Finished the Trellis Top and love the finished top. The yarn is sooo soft, yet strong.