for Fiber Dreams 2009
"Thornbury is knit on the bias; starting in one corner, and increasing on every right-side row," informs Patterson. "It is knit even through the body, then decreased to the point on the far end. The oriel stitch used in this design is very old. It's evidently named for an architectural element of the same name found in Gothic Revival structures in the United Kingdom. In architecture, an oriel is a bay window that projects from an upper floor that is supported from below with a bracket or corbel. Unlike a bay window, it does not itself extend to the ground. The windows in the oriels were often decorated with leaded or stained glass in beautiful designs."
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- lace patterning charted
- schematics included
- no sewing
- all season
- straight (flat), no sewing
- scarf about 10" x 63"; stole about 24" x 74.5"; see data page
- digital PDF has 4 pages (letter size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 4.0 mm
- US 6
- 17.5 over pattern
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Monday, January 11 2010, 13:33
Wonderful pattern! Very well written and good clear charts! Easy to adjust size amd length so lots of options within the pattern. A very good buy for such a well-designed and lovely pattern.
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