Redcedar - by Tin Can Knits
Redcedar is a lace stole featuring large scale but simple-to-work lace panels, arranged to resemble the book-matched wood boards of a rough-sawn floor. Worked in a rustic aran weight yarn the piece is a big, bold, oversized stole. Knit in a subtly variegated fingering-weight yarn, the piece is more delicate and refined.
Redcedar is part of the wonderful collection Cascadia from cooperative press, or as a single pattern from Tin Can Knits.
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This stole is designed for two yarn weights, sock
and aran. The instructions list sock (aran) weight versions. The finished stole is approximately 17.5 (20)” wide by 72 (92)” long, depending on gauge and blocking method.
1200 yds sock weight yarn or 800 yds aran weight yarn
(samples shown in Everything Old Kashmir Sock in
‘havana club’ and Rainbow Heirloom Brit Aran in
for sock weight: US #6 / 4mm needles
for aran weight: US #9 / 5.5mm needles
(or as required to meet gauge)
one blocked lace panel, 19 sts x 42 rows:
4” wide x 5.5” long in sock weight
6.5” wide x 7.5” long in aran weight
stitch markers, darning needle
Skills Required: following a lace chart, increases, decreases