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Collared Stole

This is a vintage pattern for making a collared stole. It may use vintage terms.

Collared Stole

What you need

AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY
"DAWN" KNITTING WORSTED
22 oz. color of your choice

1 pr. knitting needles No. 7 (4.5mm)
Gauge: 9 sts = 1 1/2 inches (3.8cm)
10 rows = 1 1/2 inches (3.8cm)



Instructions

21 inches x 68 inches (53cm, x 1.7m)

Cast on 123 stitches (sts), work in pattern as follows:

1st Row: Knit (K) 3, *Purl (P) 3, K 3, repeat from * across row.

2nd Row: K 3, K 3 together (tog), * P 3, K 3 tog, repeat from * across row ending with K 3.

3rd Row: * K 3, yarn over (y o), slip (sl) the next st as if to P, repeat from * across row ending with K 3.

4th Row: K 3, * insert needle through next st and y o and K 1, y o, K 1 in same st, sl both y o and st off needle (3 sts made), P 3, repeat from * across row, ending last repeat with K 3.

5th Row: K 3, * P 3, K 3, Repeat from * across row.

6th Row: K 6, P 3, * K 3, P 3, repeat from * across row ending with K 6.

7th Row: K 3, P 3, * K 3 tog, P 3, repeat from * across row, ending with K 3.

8th Row: K 6, * y o, sl 1, K 3, repeat from * across row ending last repeat with K 6.

9th Row: K 3, P 3, * insert needle through next st and y o, K 1, y o, K 1 in same st, drop both y o and st off needle, P 3, repeat from * across row ending with K 3.

10th Row: Same as 6th row.

11th Row: Same as 5th row.

Repeat from 2nd through 11th row until stole measures 66 inches from beginning ending with 5th row of pattern, bind off in pattern. Block to measurement.

Collar: Cast on 141 sts, K 3, * P 3, K 3, repeat from * across row. Repeat from 2nd through 11th row same as on stole 5 times.

Next 5 rows: K across each row. Bind off. This is outside edge of collar. Fold collar in half and place a pin at inside edge. Fold stole in half and place a pin. Sew collar to stole matching pins.

If you are having problems with abbreviations then take a look at this detailed abbreviation list.

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