Saoirse Stole

Aug 20, 2013
Views: 1,456
Comments: 1

Saoirse (Sair-shuh), an Irish word meaning "freedom," is the essence of this bordered rectangle that can be styled in myriad ways.  A cord threaded through the center of the rectangle transforms the stole to a cardigan that can be worn with a draped lapel or a long hem.  Create your own way of wearing this garment!

Designer: Doris Chan

Finished Size: About 80" long by 20" wide, blocked; dimensions will vary when assembled or worn.

Yarn: Filatura Di Crosa Zarina (Tahki-Stacy Charles Inc.) (100% extra fine superwash merino wool; 181 yd [165 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]; CYCA #2): #1773 taupe heather (MC), 4 balls; #1629 crimson heather (CC), 4 balls.

Hook Size: G/6 (4 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

Notions: Yarn needle.

Gauge: 18 sts = 4" and 6 rows = 3½" in edc, after blocking.

Crochet Vest   Crochet Lace
 
Crochet Wrap   Crochet Shawl
 
Crochet Lace Wrap   Filet Crochet


+ Add a comment

Comments

on Sep 5, 2013 10:47 AM

Love this shawl! Doris Chan never seems to run out of amazing and unique designs. She's the reason I keep crocheting.

Thank you,

Anna