This rectangular stole is worked circularly, from the center out, around a “tab” worked back and forth.
The pattern is both in chart and text format with line by line instructions.
Thank you very much, Chacona for suggesting the name for this design !
Chacona wrote that this design makes her think of Spain, Don Quixote and Dulcinea . The more I looked at this design, the more it said “Dulcinea” . :-)
You are welcome to join us at tiziana’s corner Ravelry group to chat, knit along and have fun !
This design has been test knitted with cobweb weight - lace weight and light fingering by :
Ninon39 who knit it with 1443.6yd – 1320m of merino/acrylic (1334.2 yd – 1220 m on 3.53 oz - 100 g) and needles size 3.5mm /US 4. Measurements: 26” x 74.5”
LindaLovesLace who knit it with 1350 yd – 1234.44m of 2/14Nm alpaca/silk (768.9 yd – 703.1 m on 3.53 oz - 100 g) and needles size 3.25mm /US 3. Measurements: 32” x 84”
Seaglass who knit it with 1200 yd – 1097.3m of light fingering weight wool (493.4yd – 451.16m on 3.53oz - 100 g ) and needles size 3.25mm/US 3. Measurements : 24” x 80”
Jossroll who knit it with 1029 yd – 941 m of laceweight merino (950 yd - 869 m on 4.02 oz - 114 g ) and needles size 3.00mm /US 2 ½ . Measurements : 20” x 66”
My sample, on first picture, has been knitted with 1105yd / 1010m of Studio June Cash Paca Lace, needles size 3.00mm / US size 2 1/2 and it measures 26.37” x 68.11” .
My biggest thanks to JudyA for proofreading this pattern.