This delicate cover-up, which combines knitting with simple crochet, will soon become an essential part of your wardrobe all year round. Knitted in Malabrigo’s super-soft baby Merino lace yarn, it’s a lovely yarn to work with and the end result is a beautiful accessory guaranteed to take the edge off colder days and evenings.
The stole is knitted in two halves from the middle out and a crochet trim finishes off the piece for a pretty, feminine touch. The finished stole measure 52x236cm.
Even though it has an intricate interweaved design, it is really straightforward to knit from the chart or written instructions, with only 76 stitches on the needle. Some knitters prefer to use wood or bamboo needles when knitting with laceweight yarn, as it is less likely to slip off the needle by accident.
If you like this you'll find lots more Anniken Allis knitting patterns here on The Making Spot or hop on over to her website Yarn Addict.
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