Meet the Oregana Stole! It’s worked in Anzula Cloud, one of my favorite Anzula yarns.

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Here are the details:

The Oregana Stole, worked in two halves from the textured portion to the lacy edging, features a leaf and flower pattern inspired by Niebling’s Anemone table cloth pattern.

It’s the companion piece to the Carpinteria Shawl, worked in light fingering rather than lace, with a modified edging.

Anemone oregana, also known as the Blue or Oregon Windflower, is a California native plant (also found outside of California), with pretty leaves and beautiful white or blue flowers.

One size, easily altered

Finished Measurements
Width at either edge: 21½“ / 54.5 cm
Width at center: 13¾” / 35 cm
Length: 86” / 219 cm

Anzula Cloud, 80% Merino Wool / 10% cashmere / 10% nylon (575 yds / 526 m per 4.02 oz / 114 g), 2 skeins.
Shown in Denim. Sample weighed 152 g and used approx 767 yds / 701 m.

US 2.5 / 3 mm circular needles or size to obtain gauge

20 sts and 32 rows = 4” / 10 cm in WFS pattern, blocked (see Swatch directions)

yarn needle

Lace, reading charts, provisional cast on