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WEBS DIR02 Shawl Collar Stole by Doris Chan

$4.99 – $5.49

Welcome to the the second pattern in our Designer in Residence series! With a bit of clever shaping, the Shawl Collar Stole by Doris Chan is a meltingly soft stole that drapes beautifully and securely around the shoulders. The wide top band in gentle ribbing turns over to form a snuggly collar. The back is curved to create some roominess through the arms and allow the fronts to sit properly in front. The stole is just wide enough for comfortable coverage, but not so wide that you’re constantly sitting on the back. And the fronts have enough wrap-around length without getting in your way. Valley Superwash Bulky makes the crocheting quick and smooth, while the relaxed gauge and open lacy stitch pattern keep this stole surprisingly lightweight yet cozy without being stuffy.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Size: One size, with adjustable length
Finished Measurements: Finished width: 22”; Finished length, collar edge: 62”; Finished Length, lower edge: 70”
Note: Fabric is stretchy and may grow considerably in length when worn.
Yarn: 5 balls Valley Yarns Valley Superwash Bulky (100% extra fine superwash merino wool, 100g/109 yds) color #10 Spring Leaf
Hook: US Size L/11 (8.00mm) crochet hook
Gauge: 9 sts in sc or dc = 4”; In shell stitch pattern, one repeat [2dc, SH, ch2] = 4” 4 rows dc = 3.75”

Kathy talks with Doris Chan on episode 390 of our podcast Ready, Set, Knit!


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