Oregana Stole by Stephannie Tallent

Oregana Stole

April 2018
Light Fingering ?
20 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in WFS pattern, blocked
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
765 - 800 yards (700 - 732 m)
One size, easily altered
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This lovely stole, worked in two halves from the textured portion to the lacy edging, features a leaf and flower pattern inspired by Niebling’s Anemone table cloth pattern.

It’s the companion piece to the Carpinteria Shawl, worked in light fingering rather than lace.

Anemone oregana, also known as the Blue or Oregon Windflower, is a California native plant (also found outside of California), with pretty leaves and beautiful white or blue flowers.

Line by line instructions included as a supplemental PDF for Ravelry purchases.

One size, easily altered

Finished Measurements
Width at either edge: 21½“ / 54.5 cm
Width at center: 13¾” / 35 cm
Length: 86” / 219 cm

Anzula Cloud, 80% Merino Wool / 10% cashmere / 10% nylon (575 yds / 526 m per 4.02 oz / 114 g), 2 skeins.
Shown in Denim. Sample weighed 152 g and used approx 767 yds / 701 m.

US 2.5 / 3 mm circular needles or size to obtain gauge

20 sts and 32 rows = 4” / 10 cm in WFS pattern, blocked (see Swatch directions)

yarn needle

Lace, reading charts, provisional cast on (line by line instructions included in Ravelry PDF purchase)