This is how happy I am with my new wrap – the November Ruffle Wrap by Kate Jackson of Knitting on the Square. She has a wonderful shop in the quaint town of Chardon, OH.
Winters in Northeast Ohio are brutal. The areas east of Cleveland are located in the snow belt and get lots of snow because of Lake Erie. Chardon, with it’s elevation, gets a whopping 106″ annual snowfall!
The November Ruffle Wrap is perfect for throwing over your shoulders when running about town in NE Ohio November. I also wanted to be able to wrap it around my neck like a scarf.
Here’s how it looks on skinny-ma-link Annie:
The yarns are a mix of wool and alpaca strands held together, resulting in a warm, cushy wrap. The design is simple and perfect for carry-around knitting. I worked on mine during my son’s football games.
I dragged Annie outside for a photo shoot and promised to allow her photographic license. She insisted I only looked good when I smiled. I took out the photos on the swing, the ones with the flower in my mouth and the ones with my hair in pigtails….
Lovely! What shape is this wrap? Rectangle? I’m thinking when I finish up my sweater (soon…only one sleeve left!) I might consider casting on an easy wrap and I think I’d like something rectangular rather than triangular.
Your November ruffle looks great on you. Very pretty.
I love that wrap! You find the best patterns to knit. I can’t seem to finish anything. How fun to see pictures of you– you are so pretty and look great in the wrap.
I wish i could knit something besides a scarf!!! lol
This wrap looks lovely on you! So pretty.
Oh my, this is wonderfuL!!!!I have taken a break but wanted to check in with you and see what you have been up to. 😉 Great things, I see!
Hi Jane! I wanted to comment on your latest post, but when I click the link there is no box for leaving a comment.
Thanks for the link to Crafters for Chemo Co-Pay, they sound wonderful. Congrats on being included in Favecraft’s e-book!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend. That photo is gorgeous, did you take it?