Sunday, March 13, 2005

Green stole

This is the green stole I knit a few weeks ago. I couldn't find a pattern I like that used the yarn I had. Therefore I tried a pattern from
and then altered it for my stole.
Here's the pattern I used in the end:
100 g/4 oz of fake fur yarn. I used "Apart" from ggh and "Fox" from Lang Yarns
9mm/US13 needles

11-12 sts and 15 rows= 10cm/4" in garter stitch with two strands held together

Directions: Cast on 75 stitches with the two strands held together.
1. Knit two rows
2.decrease at the beginning of row three and at the end (in between you knit)
- Repeat step 1 and 2 untill you have knitted row 21.
- knit the next 5 rows
- in the next row decrease at the beginning and at the end of the row
- knit two more rows and then bind off

Somehow it's very hard to make a photo of the right color. The second picture is nearer to it's actual color, but in nature the stole is a bit darker and the yellow/light green is more golden

pdf-file of this pattern

Original pattern and photographs © 2005 Janin Den.
You have the permission to reproduce, sell and distribute this pattern in any form!
Hey, it’s so basic, anyway.


Blogger jane cuschieri said...

very effective and unusual shape!but I wonder what its lenght is at the back? i would like to knit one in bronze tones thanks

1:02 PM, January 03, 2008  

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