Ana Luisa's Wrap
Ana Luisa’s Wrap is a generous, lacey, crescent-shaped stole. Initially worked in short rows to achieve the length, it is finished with a dramatic border worked in long rows along the outside edge.
After blocking, Ana Luisa’s Wrap is 55 inches (139.7 cm) along the inner curve and 16 inches (40.6 cm) wide.
The following stitches were used: chain; double crochet; double crochet three together; foundation single crochet; half double crochet; three double crochet cluster; single crochet; treble crochet. The pattern also contains the following stitch combinations: V-stitch; Tall V-stitch; Picot Sequence.
Gina has provided recipe information for crocheters who would like to make a longer or shorter wrap. In addition, she has included the Print and Go page for your project bag.
Ana Luisa’s Wrap is named for a skilled crocheter who loves designs that use a variety of stitches.
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