PieceWork Summer Stoles & Scarves Collection

Summer's sunshine is no excuse to put away your scarf collection! It's actually quite the contrary, thanks to the flirty, lightweight selections in the PieceWork Summer Stoles & Scarves Collection!
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Koloski (Ears-of-Wheat) Knitted Scarf Pattern   +$0.00
Kajakakiri Stole Knitting Pattern   +$0.00
Pine Tree Stole   +$0.00
Stunning Sunflower Lace Stole   +$0.00
Dutch Lace Crescent Knitted Scarf Pattern   +$0.00
Osprey Shetland Lace Cloud Knitted Stole Pattern   +$0.00
An Elegant Beaded Lace Stole Pattern   +$0.00

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PieceWork Summer Stoles & Scarves Collection


Summer's sunshine is no excuse to put away your scarf collection! It's actually quite the contrary, thanks to the flirty, lightweight selections in this wonderful collection! These exquisite pieces are the perfect outfit companion for the beach, park, or summer music festival! They will keep you cool in the sweltering heat, add pizzazz to that sundress, and keep your outfit posh and polished!

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Koloski (Ears-of-Wheat) Knitted Scarf Pattern
By Galina A. Khmeleva


This scarf is a combination of yarnovers, double yarnovers, and knit-two-togethers on a garter-stitch fabric. With this project you too can enjoy knitting Koloski!

Finished Size: 11 inches (27.9 cm) wide and 64 inches (162.6 cm) long
Gauge: 31 sts and 40 rows = 4 inches (10.2 cm) in main body patt
Originally Published: Knitting Traditions Fall 2013

Make-Mushroom-House

An Elegant Beaded Lace Stole Pattern
By Anniken Allis


For this stole was created by taking a traditional lace pattern with strong diagonal lines and enhancing-and updating-the pattern by adding beads. The inspiration for this project was taken from women's fashion in the early 1900s. The beads are added quickly and easily using a crochet hook. Choose beads that blend in with your yarn for a subtle sparkle or select contrasting beads for higher visibility.

Finished Size: 14½ inches (36.8 cm) wide and 61½ inches (156.2 cm) long
Pattern Requirements: Fyberspates Scrumptious Lace, 45% silk/55% merino yarn, laceweight,
Originally Published: Knitting Traditions Fall 2013

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Osprey Shetland Lace Cloud Knitted Stole Pattern
By Anne Carroll Gilmour


Based on two classic Shetland motifs, this is a lacy interpretation of a basic garter-stitch stole that appeared in the 1908 Shetland House Catalog published by John White and Company of Edinburgh. Twisted-cord gathers and tassels at each narrow end are typical features of this type of stole.

Finished Size: 79 inches (200.7 cm) long and 16 inches (40.6 cm) wide, excluding tassels
Gauge: 21 sts and 28 rows = 4 inches (10.2 cm) in Osprey Lace patt
Originally Published: Knitting Traditions Fall 2013

EP12137 Dutch Lace Crescent Knitted Scarf Pattern
by Donna Druchunas

Enjoy this lace scarf, which combines two elegant patterns from Breien that fit together like hand in glove. There is also an added crescent shaping to give the scarf a modern twist.

Finished Size: 13½ inches (34.3 cm) at widest point and 75 inches (190.5 cm) long, after blocking
Gauge: 24 st and 32 rows = 4 inches (10.2 cm) in St st, after blocking
Originally Published: Knitting Traditions Fall 2013
 EP12138 Stunning Sunflower Lace Stole Pattern
by Galina Khmeleva

At both the beginning and the end of the stole, combinations of yarnovers and knit two-togethers create scalloped edges, which result in a very dramatic finished look.

Finished Size: 17¾ inches (45.1 cm) wide and 72¾ inches (184.8 cm) long, excluding fringe
Gauge: 26 sts and 37 rows = 4 inches (10.2 cm) in patt, after blocking
Oringinally Published: Unofficial Downton Abbey Knits 2013
 EP12136 Pine Tree Stole Pattern
by Galina Khmeleva

This stole incorporates four of the basic elements used in Orenburg lace knitting-Peas, Diagonals (standing in for pine trees in this design), Mouse Print, and Cat's Paw. The unusual fringe, made up of crocheted chains, adds a stylish element.


Finished Size:
13½ inches x 66¾ inches (34.3 x 169.5 cm), excluding fringe
Gauge: 25 sts and 42 rows = 4 inches (10.2 cm) in Cat's Paw patt, after blocking
Originally Published: PieceWork May/June 2014

 EP12135 Kajakakiri Stole Knitting Pattern
by Nancy Bush

The Kajakakiri Stole symbolizes history, beginning in Haapsalu, Estonia, where there lay a very special knitting bench located along the historic promenade path. Today, this bench is a meeting place that holds the tradition of lace knitters gathering to knit and sell their shawls and scarves.


Finished Size:
About 23¼ inches (59 cm) wide and 58¾ inches (149 cm) long, after blocking
Gauge: 27 sts and 36 rows = 4 inches (10.2 cm) in Zigzag patt on smallest needles, after blocking
Originally Published: Knitting Traditions Spring 2014


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