The Pueblo Stole Series
Modern knits inspired by hand-woven goods from the old Southwest.

Wide ribs on the bias are the secret to a beautiful drape, and the fringe is easy - it's knit-in.
Flattering and versatile; wear as a scarf, a stole, a wrap, a shawl.

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Taos - main colors of Angelic moth and Brigadoon stone.

Seacoast - main color is Brigadoon stone with Eden lagoon

High Country - main color is Eden chocolate with Nirvana earth

Russet - main color is Eden beet with Angelic chestnut

Primavera - main color is Nirvana twig

Autumn - main color is Eden raisin

December - main colors are Eden fir and sage

Earth and Sky

Construction: Stole is worked in 2 pieces from tip to center and grafted. Color changes take place every 2 rows mostly, with loose ends making up the fringe.

Finished Size: 88" long, 11" wide plus 3" fringe.
Yarn: Sunday Knits 3-ply (light sport) weight yarns in four different blends and fourteen to sixteen different colors, around 360 gm total, depending on colorway.
Gauge: 25 sts and 28 rows = 4" in St st.
Needles: Size 5 US (3.75 mm).
Notions: Tapestry needle, crochet hook.
Techniques used: Increases and decreases, wide rib, Kitchener stitch.
Pattern includes: Written instructions, charts.
Available as a kit only.

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