Martha's Vineyard is such a great place. Each part of the island has its own charm - from Bohemian Vineyard Haven and happenin' Oak Bluffs, to the very tony Edgartown. We spent a week last year at my brother and sister-in-law's place right in the middle of the Vineyard - West Tisbury. From this comfortable and woodsy spot you can take a walk in the morning, play on the beach all day, and have dinner at a smart little restaurant. But you'll need something over your shoulders because when the sun goes down on Martha's Vineyard, it can be downright chilly - even in July. The Tisbury Wrap is made of buttery soft Inca Eco cotton so it's lovely to knit and cuddly against your skin. The wrap is a perfect excuse to show off a spectacular bridge closure and makes it chic enough even for Edgartown.
4 (5) skeins Inca Eco
US size 9 or size needed to obtain gauge
Jul Designs Bridge Closure
Gauge - 4 stitches/inch (approximately - hey, it's a wrap)
Double moss stitch
Row 1 (RS) – knit 2, purl 2
Row 2(WS) – knit the knit stitches and purl the purl stitches
Row 3 (RS) – purl 2, knit 2
Row 4 (WS) – knit the knit stitches and purl the purl stitches
Row 1 (RS) - knit all stitches
Row 2 (WS) - purl all stitches
Cast on 80 stitches
Work all stitches in double moss stitch for 18 rows
(RS) Work 12 sitches in double moss stitch, place marker, work 56 in stockinette, place marker, work remaining 12 stitches in double moss stitch. Continue working border stitches in double moss and center stitches in stockinette until piece measures 42” (50").
Work across all 80 stitches in double moss stitch for 18 rows. Bind off.
Attach your fabulous Jul bridge closure, and make dinner reservations at a chic restaurant.