An isochronous stress-strain curve (ISSC) needs to be generated for a creep design application for high-temperature materials. To generate the ISSC for type 316LN stainless steel (SS), a series of creep data, which was obtained from creep tests with different stress levels at 600oC, was used. Creep curves were modeled by means of a nonlinear least square fitting (NLSF) of the Garofalo model. In the fitting of the creep curve, a secondary creep region was separated into first and second phases, and its fitting range was suitable to use for the first phase. The Garofalo model revealed a good agreement with the experimental creep data, and its parameters, P1, P2 and P3 revealed a good linear relationship as a function of a stress. The ISSCs for type 316LN SS at 600oC were successfully generated up to 300,000 hours.