Chanelle
Chanelle
Chanelle
Chanelle
Chanelle

Chanelle

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This richly textured scarf or stole makes for a festive holiday accessory—and it continues to add the right touch of bling long after the tree is down and the ornaments are tucked away. Especially glowing in a yarn with a bright sheen or a rich halo, this motif could also take on an organic, earthy character when knit in a tweedy natural shade, to appear more like twisted vines or grasses. And while it has a somewhat complex appearance, the stitchwork is surprisingly quick and easy when a last-minute gift is needed.

Sample shown is the scarf size, knit in Modern Deco Lace, color Bronze

Suggested Yarns: 
Kent Lace, Modern Deco Lace, Better Breakfast Fingering, Stone Soup Fingering, Shetlandia Fingering, or Jacob Fingering

Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size, drape, and yardage requirement.

Finished size:
11 (21) inches wide and 64 (76) inches in length (stretched and blocked)

Yarn requirement for scarf(stole):
800(1850) yards

Needles:
size 6 (4.0mm) needle (or size to obtain correct gauge), cable needle that is a couple of sizes smaller than gauge needle

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Chanelle

It’s lovely to work on a lace pattern that’s actually quite fast and enjoyable. I’m knitting this in Undercover Otter’s Eventide fingering, using quite big needles (5mm); the yarn has yak and silk and wool, so is quite shiny, which shows up the stitch definition really well. And I’ve got to grips (literally) with making cables without a cable needle, which has hugely speeded things up and made life far happier! Only about half way through, but enjoying the process; I wish now I’d opted for the larger version, but the scarf will still be lovely.