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Arctic Meadow Stole
Arctic Meadow Stole
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"Elegant and flowing, this knit wrap pattern features a soft fingering wool and silk in a cathedral lace design. Worked horizontally as you would a wide scarf, the Arctic Meadow Stole is ideal for cool summer nights as well as colder fall or winter weather and only requires straight knitting needles to complete. For convenience, the pattern includes a written out version, row by row, in addition to a handy lace chart. Read more at Elegance and warmth collide in this knit shawl pattern that features soft Icelandic wool and a delicate lace design. Worked horizontally as you would a wide scarf, the Natural Leaf Wrap is ideal for colder fall or winter weather and only requires straight knitting needles to complete. For convenience, the pattern includes a written out version, row by row, in addition to a handy lace chart."

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Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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ssk usually means slip one stitch knitwise knit 1 then pass slipped stitch over

(in the process of making this and am only up to row two--impossible to rate it) I don't understand SSK, if I slip two stitches from the left needle to the right needle I need to put them back on the left needle to knit them together. How is that different from just knitting the two stitches together? What am I missing?

It will change the orientation of the stitches, in other the words the way they lay or appear in the pattern, when you slip the two stitches together back to the left hand needles, you will knit them through the back of the loops, which will have them lay correctly for the pattern.

I usually don't care for lace patterns knit with multi color or variegated yarns, however this shawl is so elegant and lovely that it just works. I can imagine it being worn as part of an elegant evening ensemble or to a summer wedding. While the lace pattern may seem a bit intimidating, there are not very many stitches across the width so it should be relatively fast to knit up.

beautiful - pattern is concise with the abbreviations placed ahead of the directions - makes it simple to understand and the finished project will be striking

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