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Flowerbed Stole - PDF knitting pattern

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A delicate lace stole is a timeless feature and a heirloom in your wardrobe. Wear it with pride on precious moments of your life or cover your shoulders on a chilly day, sitting next to a fireplace and sipping a cup of tea.
The Flowerbed Stole features a distinctive lace pattern with flowers and flower buds all over. The Stole is a rectangle worked in one piece. The pattern contains nupps, double nupps and gathered stitches well known in Estonian lace knitting. Choose a natural wool fibre for crisp blocking and best results.
The pattern is fully charted and written out.

Width 5(6, 7, 8) repeats 51(59, 67, 75) cm / 20.1(23.2, 26.4, 29.5)’’
Length [Chart 2 worked 5(6, 7, 8) times] 161(186, 210, 235) cm / 63.4(73.2, 82.7, 92.5)’’


One Lace Pattern repeat (in red frame in Chart 2 or between asterisks in written instructions)
16 sts and 64 rows = 8 x 25 cm / 3.15’’ x 9.8’’ after wet blocking
Gauge is not crucial for this pattern, but it will affect the finished measurements and amount of yarn needed

Lace / 2 ply; 50 g / 1.76 oz = 400 m /436 yards
Approximately 150 - 210 g / 5.3 – 7.4 oz in total, depends on finished size


Needles 3 mm / US 2.5 and 4 mm / US 6, single pointed needles and/or circular needles, depending
on your preferred method of knitting

Stitch markers for denoting lace pattern repeats (optional)
Tapestry needle


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You will get a PDF (2MB) file