Knit Bias Wrap Pattern

Knit Bias Wrap Pattern

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Knit Bias Wrap

Knit Bias Wrap

Knit Bias Wrap

This is the Knit Bias Wrap using Caron Latte Cakes. This has been posted for our knitting community who follows along. This is a beginner level knitting project to complete.

With the extra softness of Caron Latte Cakes, this is really sharp looking.

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18 thoughts on “Knit Bias Wrap Pattern”

  1. Mikey says:

    Pattern has been restored and it is 2 balls. It can now be found on Yarnspirations.com. I have updated the links. Michaels.com took it off their site.

    1. Elizabeth says:

      Thank You!
      Liz

  2. Elizabeth says:

    I found a couple of pictures on Yarnspirations. And it takes 2 cakes of yarn.

  3. Elizabeth says:

    How many yarn cakes are needed?

    1. Mikey says:

      Stand by… I am opening the pattern for you to see if it’s written there.

      1. Mikey says:

        It appears Michaels.com has taken this down off the website. I am removing this as an option. Thanks for calling this to my attention so I could remove it.

  4. Marlene Goldman says:

    Hi,
    I’m working on this pattern, as well–Nov. 15, 2020. Many people are asking for clear images and instructions/a video tutorial; can you please explain why you haven’t posted an image of the scarf laid flat, and/or an online tutorial?
    Dr. Marlene Goldman

    1. Mikey says:

      I don’t have confidence to do knitting very well. So I avoid it. This is currently on the Michaels.com website as a pattern as well. As far as photography, you can contact Yarnspirations through their website as it’s their pattern. They may have this project laid out flat but the photography hasn’t been published. They will be able to look at what photos they purchased from the photographer to see if there is one done. You can also request a tutorial for this to be made if you need it, another tutorial host that specializes in knitting may be able to assist with that. They can forward requests along with that.

      Here’s their contact info. https://www.yarnspirations.com/contactus

  5. Ann says:

    No blue button

  6. Kathleen Brielmaier says:

    I need to see this scarf lates out flat. Mine has very irregular sides. Looking forward to an answer ASAP!

  7. Melissa says:

    In this pattern, what is the work along edge?

  8. Marilyn N says:

    The pattern doesn’t say how much yarn is required. Any ideas?

    1. Mikey says:

      Hey Marilyn, we are working on that answer.

      1. Debbie Young says:

        any idea how much yarn is needed for this pattern yet?

      2. Suz Goulet says:

        Hello Mikey
        I’m following this pattern and am on the Center Section and it reads
        Row 1 knit
        Row 2 k2tog to last st. Kfb
        Repeat until longest edge measures 75″
        Is this a mistake because it looks very wired. One side Decreased the other side increased. Or is this correct not sure.

        Is there any chance you could make a tutorial on this?
        Thanks
        Suz

      3. Kathleen Brielmaier says:

        I, too, am working this pattern. I’m guessing I’m halfway through. Which is the longest edge? I always thought an edge was straight…both sides are a bit zig zagged….one more than the other . This thing is going to be quite large. I wish I could see a picture of the finished product.

      4. Kathleen Brielmaier says:

        Hi Mikey

        Need a pic of finished Knit Bias Wrap please!!!!!

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