King’s Cross Stole

$8.00

The King’s Cross Stole is a lightweight stole with a combination of lacey stitches between waves of double crochet, giving it both structure and beauty. The name came from my husband, Tommy, who thought it looked like a bridge across water and felt it needed a bold name. You’ll love adding this stylish piece to your wardrobe

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MATERIALS

Yarn: Yarn Love Juliet Fingering, (80% superwash merino, 20% nylon) 420 yarns / 384 meters / 113 grams
2 skeins in 2 different colors needed for a total of 840 yards/230 grams of fingering weight yarn.

MC is Arabian Nights
AC is California Girl

Hook: US 7 (4.5mm) or size needed to obtain gauge

Supplies: Darning Needle

 


GAUGE

To measure gauge, create a square of the Ripple Lace pattern without any repeats. The gauge swatch should be 28 stitches across.

Pre-blocking: 6” (15 cm) across, 5” (12 cm) ripple to ripple
Post-blocking: 7” (17 cm) across, 5.5” (14 cm) ripple to ripple

 


FINISHED DIMENSIONS

Pre-Blocking: 17” (43 cm) wide by 45” (114 cm) long
After blocking: 24” (61 cm) wide by 65” (165 cm) long

 

Description

The King’s Cross Stole is a lightweight stole with a combination of lacey stitches between waves of double crochet giving it both structure and beauty. The name came from my husband, Tommy, who thought it looked like a bridge across water and felt it needed a bold name. You’ll love adding this stylish piece to your wardrobe.

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