Dromos (Greek for road) is a striped wrap with a unique and unusual shape. Thick, defined stripes and short rows, all worked in Garter Stitch, form roads and pathways that take the knitter on a journey of different knitting directions. The finished wrap is rectangular, but with a much thicker section on one side. Knitting this wrap in fingering weight yarn on larger-than-usual needles creates a fabric lightweight enough to mold it around ones body either as a scarf or an asymmetrical wrap, showcasing whichever stripes the knitter prefers.
63”/ 160 cm long; 20”/ 51 cm at widest point
3 colors of fingering weight yarn: 350 yds of A, 50 yds of B, and 525 yds of C
US 6 (4 mm) circular needle, at least 24”/ 60 cm long
22 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches in Garter Stitch