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Lace Stole Knitting Pattern

By: Sandhya from
Updated May 15, 2023
Lace Stole Knitting Pattern
Lace Stole Knitting Pattern
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This Lace Stole Knitting Pattern makes a gorgeous lace shawl that's filled with intricate, delicate details. This isn't an easy pattern, so you'll need some knowledge of lacework before casting on. However, if you enjoy lace knitting patterns, then this shawl knitting pattern is perfect for you. Shown in a light buff color, this free knitting pattern would also work well in cream, pale yellow, or a soft blue. Whatever color you use to work this delicate knitted shawl pattern, the end result is sure to become a go-to favorite in your summer wrap collection. 


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm, 8 or 5 mm

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

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A lovely pattern. I have never tried working a lace stitch such as this or made anything as intricate as this pattern. The symbol key chart helps me understand the pattern easier by looking at the way the stitches are broken down. So glad to have found this pattern. Thanks for sharing.

I have trubble donig this. Please help me. It makes me crying. I cant understand where the problem is!!!!

I love lacy stoles and this one looks beautiful. I like the fact that the instructions include the graph as well as the row by row written details. This stole will be a nice addition to any outfit. It should work up quickly. Thank you.

What a beautiful, lace stole - very elegant! The stitches aren't that difficult. The hardest part of this pattern appears to be keeping track of your stitches and rows. Once you have that mastered, this pattern is very doable for anyone you knows how to do yo, ssk, and k2tog.


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