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Aphros Stole

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Lace is a wonderful project for travel—one ball of yarn, one set of needles­—whether you’re flying across the country or washed up on a deserted island. And Aphros (Greek for “sea foam”) is an airy and elegant stole that can serve as cover for your evening gown or over-sized scarf for your everyday ensemble. Gently undulating seafoam stitch, simple yet beautiful, forms the body, while a lacy edging adds a graceful flourish to the ends.

Pattern is written and charted, and includes helpful notes for getting started. If you can perform a yarnover and work two stitches together, you can produce this lovely stole.

Size/Finished Measurements
65 x 18 inches after blocking

madelinetosh tosh lace [100% superwash merino wool; 950 yards/868 meters per 120g skein]; color: Kelp; 1 skein
US3/3.25mm 24-inch circular needle (ndl)
Waste yarn, tapestry needle

46 sts x 24 rows = 7 x 4 inches in Seafoam stitch pattern

Skills Needed
Casting on
Binding off
Reading charts

Technical editing: Joeli Caparco
Photographs: Nicholas Dames
You will get a PDF (3MB) file