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Lace Starlight Stole

HeartStrings knitting pattern #H64

Lace Starlight is a luscious stole knitted in an interesting and lovely dropped stitch lace pattern. The radiating strands of yarn remind us of rays of starlight.

Lace Starlight Stole showcasing Tilli Tomas Symphony Kid Lace with Beads & Glitter color Black Cherry
Shown in Symphony Kid Lace with Beads and Glitter yarn by Tilli Tomas, color Black Cherry.
 
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For added starlight sparkle, our model is made in a soft metallic-enhanced yarn plied with tiny glass seed beads.
Lace Starlight Stole detail

This self-edged stole is worked in one piece. So when it is done, it is done except for a simple blocking to open up the lace pattern.

If you are familiar with hairpin lace, you might have thought this stole was crocheted. But actually it is knitted!

Lace Starlight Stole
16" by 72". 690 yards lace or fingering weight yarn. 6 stitches and 7 rows per inch over the faux hairpin lace stitch pattern, size US 6 / 4 mm needles suggested. Both charted and line-by-line written stitch instructions are provided in the pattern.
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See more Knitted Lace Scarf and Stole patterns in the Jackie E-S Design Collections.

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