This stole features a reversible pattern of tilting drop-stitch panels surrounded by twisted stitches. Loopy, lacy edges are set off by a full-length drop-stitch column at each side. This stole drapes beautifully and is a delight to the touch.
The printed four-pattern booklet is available for purchase here: #9207 “Checkmate”
In the “NOTES” section, the optional wider-stole instructions should read as follows (bold indicates changes):
For a wider stoles, cast on additional stitches in groups of 13; every 13 stitches added will increase the width by about 2.75”. Repeat...
A cardigan with ties at front and lace and cable detail on fronts, back and sleeves.
This light feminine sweater works as an extra layer to wear at work, but it’s pretty enough to go out to dinner that evening.
The sweater is knitted in one piece, including the front edging, bottom up, then is separated at the armholes to knit the back and fronts separately. It will have moderate ease, and gentle waist shaping. The rest of the body is in stockinette stitch. The visual effect of the vertical cables will be slimming to many figures.