How-To Leather Fringed Wool Wrap Email Print Get cozy with a no-sew wrap that's sure to warm you up on cool winter nights with this how-to from TV crafter Kristin St. Clair. Reviews (9) Add a Review gabbyplaza 25 Feb, 2012 can you please advice where to buy this wool fabric? Thank you! kellybannen 24 Feb, 2012 Kristin also posted pictures for creating the triangle shawl on her blog: http://lemmemakeit.blogspot.com/2012/02/cutting-on-bias-making-fringed-shawl.html. mslo_naomi 21 Feb, 2012 Hi. Thanks for your interest in the triangular shawl. It is simply a large piece of fabric cut on the bias (a 45-degree angle through the grain of fabric). Kristin purchased 2 yards of 60" wide felted wool, cut the fabric into a square, then cut diagonally across on the bias, making the long side of the triangle about 80". For the pieced together triangular shawl, she sewed (two straight stitches) 4 smaller triangles, all cut on the bias, together. JShoe64 18 Feb, 2012 Like the others, I would really like to have the directions on how to make the triangle shape shawl wrap! I hope you will listen to your viewers and post the hotly requested instructons!!! PLEASE!!! 39PATTY 17 Feb, 2012 I am, also interested in the triangle wrap pattern, where to get the wool - what color did she use, and the two leather stores listed do not carry the lace called for (at least not on their website) jluv 17 Feb, 2012 I am also interested in the measurements and pattern for the triangle wrap that Ms. St Clair was wearing on the show. Please offer us that information also. Thank y you! tootsielou 16 Feb, 2012 I'd like the triangle wrap pattern also. And what was the source for the wide wool fabric? sop2641 16 Feb, 2012 I am also interested in the triangle wrap, are there measurements and pattern for that one. TerrieAnne 16 Feb, 2012 Is there a pattern for the triangle one that was on Ms.St. Clair? Iwould love to make them for gifts.