Peacock Feathers Stole by Dorothy Siemens

Peacock Feathers Stole

February 2009
Lace ?
984 - 1083 yards (900 - 990 m)
22" x 78"
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The Peacock Feathers Stole is a stylized version of a peacock’s tail in full display, from the small feathers at the centre, or top of the peacock’s back, down to the dramatic sweep of the tail. You’ll truly be able to “strut your stuff” when you wear this stole!

The stole is worked by casting on at the centre back, then working to one end where a crochet cast off creates a delicate, lacy finish. Then stitches are picked up at the centre back cast on and the other half is worked the same. NOTE: Fiddlesticks Knitting patterns are charted.

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