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Mohair Stole

Mohair

Description:
This delicate mohair stole is a versatile accessory. The size, weight, and drape of the yarn and stitch pattern allow it to be worn as a stole, shawl, scarf, or hood, as the mood suits.
Materials:
Needles: Size 10.5 Yarn: Six(6) skeins Cascade Yarns Bollicine Etoile Mohair Acrylic Blend, Pale Blue

Details:
Completed measurements: 18âu0080u009d wide by 66âu0080u009d long Gauge: 24 sts and 11 rows per 4 inches

Directions:

Using crochet cast on, CO 105 sts.

Row 1(Right side): Sl1p. K all sts.

Row 2(Wrong side): Sl1p. *P3tog. Do not drop sts from left needle. YO and purl the same 3 sts again and remove from left needle. K1.* Repeat to end.

Row 3: Sl1p. K all sts.

Row 4: Sl1p. P1 K1 *P3tog. Do not drop sts from left needle. YO and purl the same

3sts again and remove from left needle. K1.* Repeat until 2sts from end. P1 K1.

Continue in pattern until piece measures 66 inches. End after finishing row 2 of the pattern on the WS. Cast off in the K row on the RS. Weave in ends, block, and wear!

Jessica Wrobel is the owner and designer behind Jwrobel, LLC, a floral design studio for special events. Author of three books, most recently, Quick and Easy Floral Design(2005 quarry Press), her work is frequently featured in such magazines as Elegant Wedding(Boston Magazine), The Knot, and Boston Brides. Nonetheless, she succumbs to a cultish addiction to knitting that has consumed her for most of her life.
www.jwrobel.com

Mohair Stole

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