Stola Farfalla by Rahymah
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Stola Farfalla

by Rahymah
Knitting
July 2016
Lace ?
see gauge note
US 6 - 4.0 mm
3.5 mm (E)
0.6 mm
1378 yards (1260 m)
one size and adjustable
This pattern is available for €4.50 EUR buy it now

Because of different personal as well as business related reasons and until further notice, all already self published designs will only be available for sale until 31st July 2017. During this time, I’m offering them 50% off with coupon code SALE50.

Stola Farfalla is an exclusive design in collaboration with Expression Fiber Arts. It combines the Estonian Poollehekiri stitch pattern with a beautiful butterfly inspired lace border to create an elegant stole gently coming to rest on your shoulders. Yak and silk are a perfect fibre combination for this wonderful design. Yak, almost as soft as cashmere but stronger and warmer, combined with the lustre and softness of the silk, are wonderful to knit with.

This pattern is tech edited, tested, and includes written instructions and charts with bead placement.

Yarn and Yardage: Expression Fiber Arts Yak Silk, 2 skeins (1260 m / 1774 yd)

Gauge: It is not easy to measure the gauge in the body lace (Chart 1), but you should have 4.5 cm / approx. 1.75 in from bead to bead counted over 12 rows and 7.5 cm / approx. 3 in counted over 12 sts stretched out. A difference in your gauge will affect the yardage. I do highly recommend to use a digital scale to check your remaining yarn. I have weighed my skeins after every 5 body charts and, once I have reached 20 body charts, after each body chart thereafter.

Needles and Other:

  • 4 mm / US 6 circular needles or size to obtain gauge

  • 11 stitch markers

  • row counter

  • a bit under 40 g of size 8/0 Miyuki or Toho beads (10 g is approx. 400 beads)

  • crochet hook 3.5 mm / E for provisional cast on and alternative crochet bind off

  • crochet hook 0.5 mm (or 0.6 mm) to attach the beads

  • tapestry needle to weave the ends in

  • a digital scale to check the used yarn amount