Angel Wings Stole by O/C Knitiot Designs - Deby Lake
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Angel Wings Stole

Knitting
November 2006
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
US 5 - 3.75 mm
630 yards (576 m)
15" x 72"
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Angel Wings Beaded Lace Scarf/Stole
This is one of the basic Shetland lace stitches called Horseshoe. By turning it upside down and adding a bead in
the center it now looks like Angel Wings. The beads are added while you are knitting with a tiny steel crochet
hook that is meant for doilies. This Scarf/Stole is started in the center with a Provisional Cast-On and worked in
both directions.
Materials:
Yarns:
This stole is knit with 2 strands of Lace weight yarn held together. I used Lorna’s Helen’s Lace in the color
Purple Iris and the other strand is Jagger Spun Zephyr silk/wool in the color Plum. You will need approx. 630
yards of each color you choose. You may also substitute the lace weight yarn with one strand of fingering
weight yarn (630yds).
Size:
15” x 72” finished size is determined by blocking
Needles:
Size 3.75mm/US5, 24” circulars
Misc:
6 markers
472 beads size 6/0 seedbeads
Steel crochet hook that will fit through bead hole. I used a size 14.