Poulsbo Wrap Kit
We love this wrap for this time of year! Looks great over a sweater or jean jacket! Colorful, lightweight, and full of texture, this wrap, designed by Alyssa Rasmussen, is knit in Blue Sky Fibers Woolstok Light using five colors and eight different stitch patterns. Fun and easy to knit!
Woolstok Light: 218 yards 100% soft wool fingering single ply
Project Dimensions before seaming: 50” X 18½“
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Each kit includes large drawstring project bag, printed copy of pattern, and yarn.
Limited supply of each kit
Kit #1: 2 skeins Driftwood, 1 skein each Lilac Bloom, Morning frost, Pressed Grapes, and October Sky.
Kit #2: 2 Skeins Highland Fleece, 1 skein each Wild Thyme, Earth Ivy, Red Rock, and Cranberry Compote
Kit #3: 2 skeins Cast Iron, 1 skein each Ember Glow, Earth Ivy, Rusted Roof, and Spun Gold.
The story of Poulsbo unfolds in the 1880s, when Norwegian immigrant Jorgen Eliason arrived in what is now known as Washington’s Kitsap Peninsula. Imagine his delight when he discovered land that bore a close resemblance to his native country. Soon other Norwegian settlers arrived and established a thriving fishing and farming community. In 1886, when they needed to establich a post office, the officials in Washington DC, incorrectlly read the name on the application, Paulsbo, and called it Poulsbo. Despite its unusual spelling, “Paulsbo” is the correct pronunciation.