An airy scarf or stole featuring an allover filigree motif with texture and depth that pops in a springy lace yarn. A handpainted colorway is put to good use in this pattern, where it will highlight the undulating motif. While the pattern is visually complex, the stitchwork is not difficult, with wrong side rows almost entirely in purl. It’s a great choice for a beginner/intermediate lace knitter or a more experienced knitter looking for something to relax with. Stole is worked in one piece, but may be worked in two halves and grafted at the center back for a more symmetrical appearance.
Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size.
Suggested Yarns: Blue Moon Fiber Arts Laci, Woolen Rabbit Whisper Lace, Knitting Notions Merino Lace, The Woolen Rabbit Whisper Merino Laceweight, Knitting Notions Laceweight Merino, Tanis Fiber Arts Pink Label Lace Weight, Spunky Eclectic Merino Lace, Dragonfly Fibers Squishy Lace, Morehouse Farm Merino Lace, Dream in Color Baby, Knit Picks Shadow, or any springy lace yarn with approximately 225 yards per ounce
Finished Size: 9(18) inches wide and 50(72) inches long (stretched and blocked)
Yarn Requirements: 425(1400) yards
Gauge: 26 sts and 40 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch (unblocked)
Needles: size 3US (3.25 mm), or size to obtain correct gauge