Yellow Brick Road Stole by Jenny Snedeker

Yellow Brick Road Stole

April 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
27 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in lace
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1175 yards (1074 m)
22½" by 76"
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Spring is here and summer is soon on the way.  Do you like to travel?  Follow the Yellow Brick Road!

The yarn and needle combination create an almost weightless shawl that is absolutely perfect for folding and tucking away in a tote bag to take on your adventures.  
Its rectangular shape and generous length are wonderful for when you need a little warmth in air conditioned cars, planes and buildings.

Begun with a provisional cast on, this is worked from the center out with the lace edgings worked at the same time and mitered at the top corner then worked across the top as an attached edging.  The provisional cast on is carefully undone and the second half of the shawl worked.

This design can be worked in any width desired. To make a scarf, simply subtract as many stitch pattern repeats as needed for the width you want.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Skills Needed: Simple lace patterns, short rows, attached edging

Finished Measurements:
Approximately 22½“ by 76” 57 by 193 cm

Knit Picks Stroll Tonal (3.5 oz/100 g, 462 yd/422 m, 75% Merino /25% Nylon),
3 hanks fingering weight yarn CYCA 1, Poppy Fields
US size 4 3.5 mm straight or 24” 61 cm circular needles or size to obtain correct gauge
Size E/4 crochet hook