WZZ1001 Crochet Shawl and Stole
Vintage Crochet Pattern PDF Z1001

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CROCHET: Two lacy wraps in easy crochet; a triangular shawl and a rectangular stole-crocheted in double knitting (light worsted/8ply).

The shawl (purple) is crocheted from the shoulder decreasing to the point in a simple 3 row “shell” pattern. The shawl is only 200grams worth –so it’s a good stash buster! It is a useful size but easily enlarged by adding pattern repeats on the initial start row.

The stole (in green) is a generous sized wrap, worked from the centre back out to either end in . This gives a symmetrical look to the ends when worn, although you can just make it as one length if preferred. It is made with a very easy 4 row pattern (effectively just 2, offset) giving a much more intricate look to the lace than the easiness would suggest. It is also heavily fringed but this is again optional.