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.
Ana Luisa’s Wrap has just been selected to be the October, 2014, PAL (Popular-Along) for the Crochet Shoulder Wrappers Group! And Jerofitana, a wonderful crocheter, will be hosting the crochet-along!
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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