Eadfrith Wrap

Our Eadrith Wrap is a dramatic cable wrap that is a wonderful, snuggly blanket around your shoulders. Knitted from 9 skeins of Yeavering Bell Aran it is certain to keep you warm whatever the winter throws at you!

Eadfrith was the Bishop of Lindisfarne and is most well known for his illustrations of the Lindisfarne Gospels which were written to honour the life of St Cuthbert. The Celtic influences, intricate colour work and incredible patterns make the Lindisfarne Gospels an unending source of inspiration and this wrap is infused with the history and creative elements of this amazing masterpiece.

Eadfrith wrap is dramatic and attention seeking, and will always attract admiration. It will keep you incredibly warm as the dense fabric created by the detailed cables and the rich textures envelop you in comforting style as you walk on the beach in the wild winter winds, snuggle by a log fire with hot chocolate or snooze under it’s blanket like embrace.

Finished measurements 50 x 208cm (19½ in x 82 in).

5mm needles (circulars are recommended as it is a heavy piece)


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The price shown below is for the yarn needed to knit this pattern, the pattern itself is FREE and will be available as a digital download after your order is received.  Download can be made by clicking the link on your confirmation of sale email or by logging in to ‘Whistlebare Flock’ and clicking ‘downloads’.


Our Yeavering Bell Aran Full Skein yarn is currently available in the following colours:

How Much Yarn Will I Need?

This design is knitted from 9 full skeins.

When you have chosen the colour you like the correct number of skeins will be added to your basket automatically.

Made with our finest Yeavering Bell Aran Yarn

A soft and gleaming worsted spun yarn from our own Angora Goats and Wensleydale Sheep. Hand dyed on the farm in small batches of 10 skeins.

80% Whistlebare’s own Mohair, 20% Whistlebare’s own Wensleydale


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