This little summer wrap was knit with Opium, a cotton/acrylic blend from King Cole. It has a wonderful, thick 'n thin quality to it that requires no complicated knitting to make it look great. The yarn does all the work. My kind of lazy knitting.
The pattern, First date, a Drops freebie,
I used an 8 mm needle and knit as directed. My version doesn't have the buttons yet, but I did do the buttonholes.
Mine isn't quite as long as the one shown on the pattern, as I am less tall than most models. And mine seems to have tremendous stretch. Without a constraining crochet row across the top - which I have yet to add - I am afraid that while it might be a wrap in the morning,
by later in the day it will most likely be a skirt. Some post-knitting fixes required here I think.