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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Winter Slumbers - A Four Seasons Design

Winter Slumber Stole
Winter Slumbers is the second in Georgina Bow Creations' Four Seasons Series of Stoles. When the world outside is blanketed in snow and the wind is whipping through the trees, you'll want to be wrapped in a cozy, yet elegant stole inside with friends and family. Knit in worsted weight yarn, Winter Slumber works up quickly in a beautiful pattern of lace and cables. Optional beads add a bit of drama.

Winter Slumbers Stole detail
This stole is knit in one piece from end to end with no additional finishing required. Stitch patterns are in charted format only and the length is adjustable. Finished, blocked size as the pattern is written is 27 inches wide by 77 inches long. Shown in KnitPicks Wool of the Andes in Hyacinth (9 skeins were used) and using size 6 beads.

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Be sure to check out Spring Awakening, the first pattern in the Four Seasons Series.



Blogger Connie Peterson said...

Oh, how I wish I could knit with small needles! That is lovely.

10:16 AM  

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