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A-Frame Huts Stole

About this Design: At Norstead, a model Viking village and trading port near L’Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland, Canada, the sheep are kept in enclosures with small, A-frame huts. When I was working on this design collection, I kept returning to this photo and had an image of this shape combined with swags of garlands. Several sessions hunting through stitch dictionaries later, I found a border design that includes both the swag motif and a flower bud (or bell) dropped edging, a perfect counterpoint to the hard geometric shapes of the “huts.”

Skills Required:
  • Working with cables
  • Working with charts
  • Lace
  • Bobbles
  • Increasing and decreasing
  • Blocking

Finished Size (stretched & blocked):
60 (75.5)”/152.40 (191.77) cm wide by 13 (21)”/33.02 (53.34) cm high

Other Tools:
  • Stitch markers – 21 (27)
  • Cable needle
  • Glow line tape (to mark current row on charts/instructions)
  • Fine cotton thread in contrasting colour for life-lines
  • Tapestry needle
  • Blocking wires and pins

800 (1,600) yards/732 (1,463) meters of wool fingering weight yarn that knits up to 8 sts/inch.

Shown In:
Indigodragonfly ‘Chameleon Sock’, (400 yards/365 meters; 63% superwash merino, 20% cashmere, 17% silk; 3.53 oz/100 grams). 2 skeins in Already Frogged, size Small.

Note: This pattern is also available in the Northern Landscapes, part 2 ebook.

You will get a PDF (457KB) file

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