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For this stole I’ve taken a traditional lace pattern with strong diagonal lines and enhanced and updated the pattern by adding beads. The inspiration for this design was taken from women’s fashion in the early 1900s. The stole is worked length-wise and comes in two sizes with notes on how to modify the size on page 2 of the pattern. 

This pattern was originally published in Interweave Knitting Traditions Fall 2013.

The beads are added quickly and easily using a crochet hook (tutorial)

Yarn Requirements:
Small Size: 65g/520m of lace weight yarn
Large Size: 100g/800m of lace weight yarn

Sample (Large Size) was knitted in:
Schoppel Lace Flower (2ply; 100% wool; 1200m/1312yds per 150g) x 1 skein. Shown in shade: 2170
3.5mm (UK 9-10/US 4) circular needle, 80cm (32in) length or 100cm (40in) length
Debbie Abrahams Seed Beads size 8, colour 333 Baby Pink x 704 (1122) beads 2 (3) bags
0.50mm (US 15) crochet hook (for adding beads)

Width: 39.5 (58)cm/15¾ (23¼)in
Length: 162 (172)cm/64¾ (68¾)in
See page 2 for notes on size.

16.5 sts and 35 rows over 10cm/4in in Chart after blocking.

Exact tension is not essential but a difference in tension may affect the final size and amount of yarn used. A difference in tension may affect the final size and amount of yarn used.

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