Little Flowers Stole & Scarf by Rebecca Blair
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Little Flowers Stole & Scarf

September 2010
Lace ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
440 - 1320 yards (402 - 1207 m)
24x68", 10.5x56"
This pattern is available for C$6.00 CAD
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This shawl and scarf are put together from traditional Shetland lace patterns. The diamond area in the centre, identified as “Mrs. Montague’s pattern” by Sharon Miller in her book Heirloom Knitting, is a field of bead motifs; the border sections are beads interspersed with Madeira ferns. When the stole is worn, the ferns are upside-down, where they look like a child’s drawing of flowers. The edging is knit last and is attached to the stole or scarf as it is worked.

Directions are both written and charted. The knitting is patterned on every row. Skills required are provisional cast-on; working a yarn over; decreasing with k2tog and sk2p; and grafting.

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