Introducing another great pattern from Georgina Bow Creations...Serendipity!
This is the design for Mystery Stole 4 (2008), now available in a traditional pattern format.
According to Websters New World Dictionary, Serendipity is an apparent aptitude for making accidental fortunate discoveries. Come knit the Serendipity Stole and make your own discoveries! This design is beautiful in any color, choose one that you love. Beads are an important part of the design and should be chosen with enough contrast to show up on the stole. The lace motifs flow together with the beaded motifs, making the knitting non repetitive and interesting to work. Edgings are part of the design and knitted as you go so once you are through, you're through.
This design is knit from the ends toward the center in two sections and these sections are then grafted together near the center. (Don't worry, complete grafting directions are included to walk you through this process.) Stitch patterns are charted. Worked in laceweight yarn with size 8 seed beads it finishes at 60 to 72 inches long and 16 inches wide. The stole design does not allow for adjusting size up or down, but using fingering weight yarn instead of laceweight will make it larger (conversely, cobweb weight will make the finished stole smaller).
1100 yards/990 meters laceweight yarn
Size 8 seed beads (approximately 1000)
Shown in KnitPicks Bare Laceweight (dyed by the designer) knit on US 4's (3.5 mm) needles.
Also included in this pattern, Serendipity Socks. Motifs similar to those on the stole were created for a coordinating sock. Wear them together or just enjoy the socks in your more casual moments. Stitch patterns are charted. Requires 100 grams fingering weight sock yarn to knit at 8 stitches per inch in stockinette stitch. Shown in KnitPicks Bare Fingering weight (dyed by the designer).
Both the stole and the socks are included in a single pattern purchase.
Georgina Bow Creations Patterns cannot be combined with Pink Lemon Twist patterns into a single purchase. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause.
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