Garter Stitch Lace Stole

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We find the coziness of garter stitch lace irresistable, especially in light, soft wool. This lace rectangle, inspired by traditional Orenburg shawls of Russia, has a built-in sawtooth edging and features a traditional Shetland Rose motif within the center panel. The fabric is knit on both sides (no purling), though the lace patterning is only ever worked on RS rows.


  • Approximately 875 (1100) yards of fingering weight wool yarn


Please note: the stitch patterns in this garment are charted only.

  • 20 stitches & 23 rows (11½ garter ridges) = 4″ over Center Panel Chart; measurements taken from relaxed fabric after lace-blocking
  • One 24″ Circular (or pair of straights) in size needed to obtain gauge
  • Suggested Size: US 5 (3¾ mm)
Finished dimensions
  • 16″ wide; 74 (95)” long; dimensions are given for relaxed fabric after blocking
  • Regular (Long) Version
  • Sample shown is Long Version
Construction notes
  • Garter stitch (worked flat) beginning with Bottom Border edging; Center Panel main portion picked up from Bottom Border and worked in one piece with incorporated side edgings; knitted-on Top Border edging
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