Lines shoot diagonally and across this fun-to-knit stole. A single-ply yarn with bias is used to great effect in a suspended bead edging, hanging in delicate twists from each end.
Pattern includes both charted and fully written instructions, and also comes with a bonus PDF formatted especially for your e-reader or smartphone.
840yd/770m of lace weight yarn.
Note: A drapy single-ply with bias is recommended to obtain the twisted beaded fringe, otherwise the fringe will hang in loops instead of twists.
Needles and Notions
US 5 (3.75mm) needles
88 glass beads and beading needle or piece of wire (optional)
Blocking pins and/or wires
Stole is worked in two pieces and joined with Kitchener stitch at one end. Worked in simple changing lace, it may be easily shortened or expanded at each end.
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