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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Majestic Mountains

A New Pattern From Georgina Bow Creations!

Majestic Mountains Stole

Snow capped mountains and evergreen trees highlight the center panel of this stole that will protect you from chilly breezes. Inspired by the Rocky Mountains that she sees everyday in her Colorado home, Georgina Bow designed a lace stole in honor of the majesty of mountains everywhere. Beads accent the geometric designs on each end, as well as accenting the snow and trees. Ends and borders are knitted as you go, so you don't have to go back and finish these areas later. By changing the yarn color of your stole, you could depict a mountain range in any season as well as the changing colors of daylight.

  • 1000 yards of laceweight yarn (Shown in Furr Yarns, Inc. Handpainted Zephyr in the Aegean colorway.)

  • Finished Size as shown 20 inches wide x 67 inches long with directions for lengthening and shortening the design included in the pattern.
  • Please see Eratta Note below.


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ERRATA: Correction for "Chart one - row 1"

Row E has two more stitches than are used in Row 1. Make the following change:
On the left side count in until you reach stitch number 6. This is a knit stitch between two yarn overs. Change it to "knit 2 together".
On the right side count in until you reach stitch number 6. This also a knit stitch between two yarn overs. Change it to "slip, slip, knit".



Anonymous Bea said...

What a gorgeous pattern! I had to purchase it immediately. I live in Bavaria in Germany and we also have beautiful mountains (maybe not as high as by you), so I think a stole with this theme will match perfect.
Thanks for designing it, canĀ“t wait to start it!

Best wishes

10:49 AM  
Blogger jody said...

That is so beautiful! what an amazingly talented gene pool y'all have ! I'm so impressed! You all are really blessed-thanks for sharing your gift with the rest of us!

8:18 PM  
Blogger Annalea said...

Wow. Who wouldn't love that? And the yarn is gorgeous. I'm not a fan of handpainted yarn for lacework, but that Zephyr is done beautifully for patterned work.

Once Swan Lake is finished, I'll be back for this one!

10:32 PM  
Blogger Claire said...

That looks delicious - and I can't wait for MS4 now.

12:06 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

What a beautiful pattern! BTW, I have really enjoyed MS3. Can't wait for next year.

7:08 PM  
Blogger Tess said...

I love it too. I am thinking of making this for my sister who lives in SC in mountains....have to wait for payday though...
Can't wait to see what you come up with next year.

8:19 PM  
Blogger Sherie said...

Oh, please tell Georgina that she's outdone herself on this one. It's lovely!!!

9:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed waiting for Friday every week and missed that this week!
Thanks for such a great time knitting the MS3. Can't wait for MS4!!!

10:28 AM  

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