Wonder Woman Wrap

by Janet Avila

Wonder Woman Wrap

This Wonder Woman Wrap pattern was released in July of 2017 and I think I cast on pretty soon after that. I remember it being the kind of pattern that I really enjoyed: set your markers, knit for a while, reset your markers, knit some more. But for some reason, I set it down and didn't pick it up again. I imagine that it was because we stopped carrying the yarn and I had to move on to make a shop sample in something you could actually buy.

But last week, I picked it up again. I was right. I really did enjoy knitting on it. And once I figured out where I'd left off, it actually went pretty quickly.

As I said, we don't have this yarn anymore, but I put together a few ideas below, of yarns we do have, that I think would be lovely. 

  1. Migration Traveler Sedona
  2. Knitted Wit Glazed Over Carrots
  3. Migration Monarch Falls Gold
  4. Migration Traveler Sock Garnet
  5. Dream in Color Smooshy Cashmere February
  6. Migration Traveler Georgia Peach

I stayed with the red and gold theme, but people on Ravelry have used all sorts of beautiful combinations. I recommend you take a look.

I've also heard from customers that have made this wrap for the wonder women in their lives: pink "w" on a gray background for a friend battling breast cancer, school colors for a recent graduate and so on...

Please post pictures of yours and tag us on Instagram #stringtheoryyarnco so I can see what combination you chose.





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