The Tilt Shift Wrap features a woven cable that is knit through itself, rather than simply crossed front to back. It is knit flat in once piece in DK weight yarn, then folded and seamed. And edge cable mimics the undulations of the tilting stitches. Complicated? 80% of the rows are just soothing stockinette stitch! Semisolid tonals will shine in this design.
Instructions for the criss cross stitch patten are given, as well as a link to a video tutorial.
Instructions are given for three sizes, but you may customize it to the length you like.
I knit this to use most of my three skeins of Malabrigo Rastita, because it was too much fun to stop sooner.
Thank you to Black Trillium Fibre Studio for the lovely Sublime DK yarn for this test knit version!
The pattern is available for purchase on Ravelry. Click here for a link to the pattern page.