twinings stole

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in lacewight yarn, an airy veil of a thing to skim the shoulders if a chill strikes.
or knit in a larger size with slightly heavier yarn it makes an excellently warm wrap.

the vine motif climbs from the hem, wending its crookedy way to the center back; a softly pointed, openwork edge trims the sides.

shown here in fearless fibers merino laceweight, colorway rubicund

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huge thank yous to nan, debbi, and anne (all blogless!) who test knit and made excellent pattern suggestions.

i have lots of photos—the light was beautiful this morning and the stole was flirting madly with the workmen on the job next door. shameless, but blushing like a girl.

60 thoughts on “twinings stole

  1. OK, first, Stop with the gorgeous lace stoles already, I still have to Start Morning Glory, and Second, there is the flirty, blushing lacey tart, but where is her Mistress to model her…. Twining’s sia nother stunner… when’s the book coming out?

  2. Heck, Anne, that is utterly amazing! And your photographs do it justice which is saying quite a lot. It’s not easy to capture such beauty and subtle patterning. Stunning work, girl!

  3. The first picutre of this post, made me go “wow” again! I would never have thought this yarn would make this lovely stole! Once again, well done!

  4. You’ve done it again 🙂 Simply gorgeous in every way! I keep coming back and gazing at all the photos of it. The color is perfect!

  5. I’m in LOVE! Are you going to make mitts to match??? I have just the yarn……
    Your designs are always stunning and I love that you use Fearless Fibers because it is one of my favorites too!

  6. Good grief, Anne, Temptress Extraordinaire!! This one is definitely my next lace project. Just love it. I keep trying to finish up projects so I can get started on some of yours with a clean conscience, and you just keep making more patterns!!!

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