Grain Field Stole Pattern
Grain Field Stole is a rectangular lace shawl worked in two parts, joined at the mid-line with either Kitchener stitch or a three-needle bind-off. The Estonian lace patterns used include nupps, gathered stitches and double yarn overs to produce a light, airy fabric.
While patterning occurs on both right-side and wrong-side rows; on wrong-side rows stitches are limited to knit, purl, slip stitches and purling 7 nupp stitches together.
Pattern sizesWhen knitted to gauge, stole measures approximately:
• Length 169cm / 66½in;
• Width 48½cm / 19in.
Size can be adjusted by working to a different gauge, and/or by adjusting the number of repeats, but yarn requirements will change accordingly.
Yarn requirementsYarn requirements are for the weight of yarn and number of repeats stated at the given gauge.
Approximately 900 metres (985 yards) of cobweb laceweight with 1200 metres (1312 yards) per 100g.
Information is included in the pattern to allow adjustment of stole length, which may also be useful if you use an alternative yarn weight and/or gauge.
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