Emma Stole by Shui Kuen Kozinski
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Emma Stole

Lace / 2 ply ?
22 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1200 yards (1097 m)
16x74 inches

Emma Stole, designed by Shui Kuen Kozinski, using elann.com Peruvian Baby Lace Merino

The stole design takes inspiration from the scene in which Jane Austen’s Emma, playing the age old game of wistful lovers, says “He loves me,” and “He loves me not,” while picking one petal off a flower for each phrase. The stole is rectangular shaped, using a scalloped motif for edging and a flower (ox-eye daisy) motif for the body. It is knit in two pieces and grafted together at the center using Kitchener stitch. With finished measurements of 16” by 74”, relaxed after blocking, it uses just 2 balls of elann.com Peruvian Baby Lace Merino!

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. 

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