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Visit Ancient Arts Yarns + Dye Studio - 607 Manitou Road SE, Calgary, Alberta

Visit Ancient Arts Yarns + Dye Studio - 607 Manitou Road SE, Calgary, Alberta

Visit Ancient Arts Yarns + Dye Studio - 607 Manitou Road SE, Calgary, Alberta

AAP-CREAMP

Creamsicle Stole Pattern

By Jessie McKitrick

Wrap yourself in the delightful Creamsicle Stole when out for an afternoon treat, an evening walk  along the beach, or some fancy dining out on the patio! Worked in
alternating stripes of Seed stitch in Merino Silk yarn and bands of colour combining Merino Silk Fingering and Delicacy yarns held together, this soft and delicious accessory is finished with a fancy fringe using decorative knotting for an extra bit of flair. The generous size of this stole allows for many styling options so that you can wear it anywhere and anytime!

Finished Measurements
Length x Width (excluding edging and fringe):
158 cm / 62" x 42 cm / 16 1⁄2"

The sample in the photos is shown in Creme de la Creme (MC), Nectarine (CC1) and Island Breeze (CC2)

Yarn Requirements:  3 x 100g skeins of Merino Silk Fingering, and one skein of each contrast colour in Delicacy.

 

75% SW Extra Fine Merino / 25% Cultivated Silk Fingering
400 meters / 437 yards per 100 gram / 3.5 oz skein
Gauge:  28 - 36 sts / 4 inches (10 cm)  US 1 - 2 or 2.25 - 2.75mm

Delicacy - 75% Superkid Mohair / 25% Mulberry Silk Lace
420 meters / 459 yards per 50 gram / 1.75 oz skein

 

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