Steppe Stole .pdf
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Author: Rachael Tatman
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Designed by Rachael Tatman1
I designed this stole to use some fabulous cashmere my parents brought back from
Mongolia. I wanted a design that was simple to knit but had a bold visual impact. This
stole incorporates a lot of things I really enjoy in knitting: strong verticals, simple
interlace, a short pattern repeat and a wide border. Oh, and did I mention that this
pattern is extremely easy? It uses only five stitches. A one repeat scarf would be a great
beginner lace project.
Instructions: Cast on a multiple of 16 + 26 stitches. Knit for ten rows. Then knit the first
four stitches and continue with the rest of the chart. Only odd rows are charted; all even
rows are purled. Always knit the first four and last four stitches. When the stole is as
long as you want it, knit ten more rows and cast off loosely. Block that baby and call it
1 This pattern is free to use and share as you will. Thanks are due to Jacquie for her Knitting Chart Maker, which can
be found here: http://jacquie.typepad.com/Charts/knitChart.htm
Note 5/20/11: Photos coming soon.
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