Nigg Stole


Nigg Stole in cobweb weight yarn

The design of this stole is a representation of a maze design found on the Nigg Stone, a Pictish cross-slab in Easter Ross, Scotland.

The pattern can be knit using either cobweb or laceweight yarn to various sizes, from 18 to 34 inches wide and in several lengths – 58 inches, 67.5/69 inches, 77/80 inches. Whichever size you choose, your stole will depict a complete maze around which a single path may be traced.

Payment is via Paypal for a download in PDF form. The PDF contains 18 pages, including charts and fully written instructions, along with notes on calculating widths, lengths and yardages.


Pattern PDF £3.50 GBP

The stole pictured was knit using Fyberspates Fairy Wool.

Many thanks to Ravelry for providing pattern hosting.

~ by thingsandideas on June 26, 2010.

3 Responses to “Nigg Stole”

  1. As soon as we get moved and settled, I’ll be buying this one! Now to get proficient enough to knit it….lol

    • Thanks! It’s not too tricky, no knitted on borders or grafting, just k2togs, yarn overs, and stuff.

      Hope the move’s going well!

  2. Oh..that I can do! Move is going…less said the better. :)

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