Perfect for the holiday: Delicate pastel shades and large stitched mesh determine the airy and light flair of this trendy stole. The modern zigzag pattern is created by pulling up the threads and requires some practice. Here we go!
Stole in a zigzag pattern
approx. 60 x 195 cm (W x L)
Lana Grossa quality "Silkhair Design" (70% mohair (super-kide), 30% silk, LL = approx. 400 m / 50 g); approx. 50 g turquoise / beige / gold / olive / yellow-green (Fb 1002) and 50 g salmon pink / red-violet / pearl gray / graphite (Fb 1001); Lana Grossa quality "Silkhair Lusso" (78% mohair (superkid), 14% silk, 4% polyamide, 4% polyester, LL = approx. 210 m / 25 g); about 50 g of turquoise (Fb 909); Knitting needles No. 6.
After knitting arb. The number re outside denotes the Hin-R. In the reverse R all M and U str. In width, after the edge st, continue the sts = 16 sts between the arrows, finish with 2 sts after the 3rd arrow. For a better overview 2 MS are drawn. In height, the 1st and 2nd R continued wdh. The edge-M work with knot edge.
The 1st M every R as Rechtsstr. dep. The last M each R re str.
22 M and 24 R in the hole pattern with Nd. No. 6 = 10 x 10 cm
Cast on 131 sts with Silkhair Design Fb 1002. 1 row in stocking sts, then in the hole pattern in succession stripe stocking: * 10 R Silkhair Design Fb 1002, 4 R Silkhair Lusso, from * this 14 R still 10x str. = 154 R ** 10 R Silkhair Design Fb 1001, 4 R Silkhair Lusso, from ** this 14 R still 10x str. = 154 R *** 10 R Silkhair Design Fb 1002, 4 R Silkhair Lusso, from this 14 R still 10x str. = 154 r. Loose on M at Silkhair Lusso.
Note for the color change:
Cross the pattern thread between edge-M and 1st basic-pattern M and weave in until it is needed again after 10 or 4 R, respectively.
Sew on the threads, then stretch the stole to the above dimensions, moisten and allow to dry.