PeacockShawl-104The April/May KAL over at the Rav group is the Peacock Stole from California Revival Knits.

From the group KAL announcement:

This is, I think, a good beginner lace project — maybe not for your first lace (though I’m sure many/most folks could do it as such) but early on in your lace knitting career.

The stitch patterns are vintage stitch patterns of equal stitch repeats that flow into each other (aided by small transition sections).

This is super easy to customize: because the repeats are lined up, you can easily make the stole wider or narrower. And of course you can make it longer or shorter (though I do recommend retaining the proportions).

Thought the pattern is written for DK, you could easily do fingering or laceweight.

For those of you who didn’t purchase the entire book, or don’t plan on purchasing the entire book, do note the pattern is now available as a standalone pattern.

Did you notice that last bit?  In case you missed the last blog post?  All the patterns from CRK except for the sweaters (which will be coming soon as well) are available for purchase as single patterns.