Lace Stole by Doris Chan
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Lace Stole

Crochet
June 2015
Lace / 2 ply ?
4.0 mm (G)
850 - 1540 yards (777 - 1408 m)
19” wide by 68” long
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Lace accessories are not about warmth or coverage; they’re all about drama. Yes, in the cold you could gather up the Lace Stole and softly twist it around your head and neck for a scarf and enjoy the cozy feeling of silky 2/10 Merino Tencel. But the glorious nature of a lace weight stole is truly revealed when you think of it as a statement piece. This whisper-light, crush proof, packable stole is born for travel. Simply stash it in a compact bundle in your bag (hopefully protected from snagging on anything), and when the moment is right to transition from dress-down casual to dress-up drama, pull it out, shake it loose with a flourish, and fling it around your shoulders. Graciously accept all the compliments!

Skill level: Easy if you’re familiar with reading and working with a regularly repeating lace stitch pattern

Finished measurements: 19” wide by 68” long rectangle

Yarn: 1 cone Valley Yarns Colrain Lace (50% merino wool/50% tencel, 8.8 oz/1540 yds) color Natural (approximately 850 yds used)

Hook: US Size G/6 (4.00mm) crochet hook

Gauge: One repeat of lace stitch pattern= 2.75”; 8 rows in lace stitch pattern= 4” as crocheted