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Crochet Pattern: Stacie Stole

Lightweight and luxurious, the Stacie Stole will become a go-to for Spring and Summer days. The lace-weight yarn and easy-to-learn stitch pattern make it small and portable – a great travel project!

Even better? It takes just a single ball of lace-weight yarn. The optional beaded edging allows the stole to drape perfectly.

Young woman in green garden wearing a lacy Stacie Stole crocheted shawl with a shawl pin
Stacie Stole

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The Materials

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The beauty of this shawl lies with its delicacy. Lace-weight silk-merino blend is a joy to crochet and creates a light-as-air fabric. I used Juniper Moon Findley Dappled, (50% merino wool/ 50% silk). One 3.5 oz (100 gram) ball contains 798 yards (729 meters). Just one ball is all it takes!

ball of amythest-hued Juniper Moon Farm Findley Dappled merino wool/silk yarn
Juniper Moon Farm Findley Dappled

Please note that the colorway I used for the sample (#102 Summerfield) has been discontinued, but there are plenty of other beautiful colorways to choose from!

closeup of lacy shawl with beaded edging
pile of shiny gold glass seed beads

If you choose to add beads to the edging, you’ll need 224 size 6 glass seed beads in a color to coordinate with your yarn.

I used a size F-5 [3.75 mm} crochet hook to achieve gauge.

The Stacie Stole Pattern

cover image of Stacie Stole crochet pattern, including image, pattern description and size and materials information

The pdf pattern contains both written and charted instructions. It has been professionally tech-edited.

Instructions are written using American crochet terminology.

Only basic crochet stitches are used in the design: chain stitch, single crochet and double crochet.

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