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Liz Taylor Lace Stole

By: Free Vintage Knitting
Liz Taylor Lace Stole

Looking to add a touch of timeless grace to your style? Recapture the glamor of old Hollywood with free vintage knitting patterns. The Liz Taylor Lace Stole is an authentic vintage knit shawl pattern made from a simple but delicate lace. This gorgeous lace stole is an easy way to wrap yourself in the glamor Elizabeth wore like a second skin. While this knit lace pattern looks lovely in any solid color, the actress's famed shade of violet would be an especially fitting tribute.


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge5 stitches, N/a rows, 1 inches. stockinette stitch

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Ive read through a lot of these comments and they are really helpful, but, are there any close up photos of the pattern as Im finding it difficult to visualize it from the photo. Has anyone done this is variegated yarn? Would the colour changes take away from the pattern? Sock yarn tends to make its own patterns in my experience. Thank you!

How is the psso done in this pattern? I saw a video that showed 2 different things it can mean in one way it only decreased 1 stitch and the other way it decreased 2 stitches. I don't want to mess up so can anyone tell me how it's done for this patter ?

Since this pattern uses S1, K1, PSSO, you would just pass the slipped stitch over the one knitted stitch, for one stitch decreased.

Although it would look beautiful in any shade of purple, I think I will get a lot more use out of it if I do it in a cream color. The stitches are easy and it should make up quickly. That's a nice side benefit. Thank you for posting this free project.

What a lovely stole! This would be beautiful in just about any color. In a neutral color, it is sure to get a lot of use as it would go with just about anything. My only pet peeve is that I did not use a key to the abbreviations. I know we are all supposed to automatically know the abbreviations, but it is always best to eliminate any doubt and include a key.

This is stunning. I've been looking for a simple lace pattern to try, and I've also been wanting to work up a shawl. Can't wait!

What is the number of cast on stitches? Pattern does not state.

Cast on 105 stitches- it's written right after the pattern stitch explanation.

Any Dk weight, Lion Brand Wool ease comes to mind. Julie

The yarn weight called for in the pattern is sport weight that's a 2 weight yarn and Wool ease would be too heavy for the pattern.

Can anyone please give me a substitute for schachenmayr nomotta yarn is to be used with this lace stole pattern. Is there an American brand version? Please help! Thanks

This yarn is a 2- sport weight, when I researched it, I found that a suitable substitute would be sock weight yarn. The yarn called for had 130 yards per 1 ounce and the pattern requires 7 so you'd need approx. 930 yards of the chosen yarn.


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