Listopad is a lacy stole worked in a Tunisian crochet version of a well-known knit stitch pattern. The leaf stitch forms the main body of the stole and sections of the plain lacy chevron stitch edge it on both sides.
It is worked as one piece from one end to the other with no joining in the middle. Since it is worked in one direction, the two ends are not exactly the same, but similar enough to match and look symmetric.
The pattern assumes knowledge of basic Tunisian crochet techniques, specifically how each row is worked as two separate passes, how to work the Tunisian simple stitch and full stitch increase, how to decrease stitches in the return pass, as well as how to bind off your work. Refer to my website for a glossary of Tunisian crochet stitches.
Materials and Tools:
Knit Picks Shadow in Autumn Heather: 100% merino wool, 440yd/402m per 50g skein, 3 skeins Or approximately 1320yd/1206m of lace-weight yarn Tunisian crochet hook in size H 8 (5mm) Yarn needle for weaving in ends