Saturday, January 12

Promenade Stole Pattern

Announcing the debut of my Promenade Lace Stole. This elegant lace design is rated Intermediate due to some patterning on wrong side rows and the addition of a lace edging at the beginning and end of the stole. Five columns of lace grace the body of the stole with a lovely meandering zigzag design formed by offsetting every other column. The pattern contains options for knitting the stole without the lace edging, a beading option, lace charts, blocking instructions and a few lace knitting tips.

My stole was knit from a 750 yard ball of fingering weight handspun on size 5 (3.75 mm) needles. To be safe, I'd recommend starting with 800 yards. Mine measured 62" x 15" when it came off the needles and 72" x 20" after blocking.

This lace pattern is a derivation of the Janus pattern from Barbara Walker's stitch treasuries. The lace edging is my own original design featuring a heart motif and a curving fern leaf. The heart motif is repeated in the body of the stole.

The pattern is a three-page pdf file with charts. As of January 24, 2008 the pattern includes line-by-line directions for the lace charts.

The pattern can be found in my Ravelry pattern store.  

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1 comment:

weebug said...

it is beautiful!