Spring Mountain Stole by Stephannie Tallent
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Spring Mountain Stole

Knitting
October 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
27 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in cabled, stranded pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
880 - 900 yards (805 - 823 m)
one size (can be easily altered)
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As for the companion shawl, Atlas Peak, I wanted to choose a mountainous name to tie in with the feather-evoking two-colored cable pattern and the peaked merge into the cabled section. It’s always exciting to see raptors overhead!

Did you know that there’s a company, Authentic Abatement, that rents out birds of prey to scare off non-native berry-eating birds?

The Spring Mountain appellation has been the site of two of our favorite and most memorable wine tasting experiences (both at Fantesca, including tastings of Fantesca wines and La Sirena wines). Lush, rich Cabs and Cab blends are the highlight here.

This stole is worked from the bottom up, with two-colored cabling at either end (charts are mirrored).

Please visit this link for a list of resources to help for the Wine Country fires.

Size
One size (can be easily altered)

Finished Measurements as shown
Length: 85¼” / 217 cm
Width: 15½” / 39.5 cm

Yarn
MC: Sunday Knits Nirvana 5 ply, 92% select fine Australian merino / 8% premium Mongolian cashmere (137 yds / 125 m per 50g), 6 skeins, shown in Earth. Actual yardage: 715 yds / 654 m
CC: Sunday Knits Angelic 5 ply, 75% extra-fine Australian merino / 25% ultra soft French angora (137 yds / 125 m per 50g), 2 skeins, shown in Sky. Actual yardage: 165 yds / 151 m

Needles
US5 / 3.75 mm or size to obtain gauge for cabled, stranded pattern
US6 / 4 mm or size to obtain gauge for Spot Stitch pattern

Gauge
27 sts and 26 rows = 4” / 10 cm in cabled, stranded pattern
18 sts and 21 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Spot Stitch pattern

Notions
yarn needle, cable needle

Skills
cabling, stranding, reading charts