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.
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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!
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!
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
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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