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Clover Leaf Scarf or Stole

Knitting
March 2009
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches = 4 inches in pattern st after blocking
US 2 - 2.75 mm
471 - 1099 yards (431 - 1005 m)

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Inspired by Kate Gilbert’s Clapotis, this Clover Leaf Scarf/Stole is knitted diagonally with a combination of clover leaf eyelets and long-ladder patterns.

Long-ladder stitches are dropped on every right side row. The following is a description of the long-ladder pattern in Mary Thomas’ Book of Knitting Patterns, p.100-101: “A stitch, when dropped, will leave an open ladder space about three times the normal width of the stitch, and in closely spaced, long ladder patterns will add considerably to the width of the fabric.”

To enhance the fabric structure, the stitch before and after the drop stitch, is knitted through the back loop.

Experience:
Intermediate.

Size:
Scarf: 10 1/2 x 70 inches after blocking.
Stole: 22 x 70 inches after blocking.

Originally offered by elann.com as a free pattern. Visit international.elann.com to see currently available free patterns.

Over the years elann.com has offered a variety of free patterns to showcase elann brand yarns – this was one of them. As elann’s new site, international.elann.com, develops, many of these longtime favorite designs will be re-formatted and made available for purchase. This will be a time-consuming process, which we hope to accomplish by the end of 2015, so we ask for your patience. 
 


Throughout this process, on a rotating basis, we’ll be offering 6 free patterns per month at international.elann.com. They’ll be free for one month, and then subsequently available for purchase as .pdf downloads. We encourage you to visit international.elann.com often to see our latest offerings.