This light and lofty rectangular stole is generously sized but works equally well as a scarf. It’s crocheted lengthwise in a very easy all-over mesh pattern. The ending edge of the mesh pattern naturally forms cute scallops. After the main stole is complete, an edging is added to the beginning edge so that the two sides match. Grab your two favorite shades of Alaska and get to hooking!
March Fog Designed by Rachel Brockman
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Width: 69” Length: 24”
MATERIALS Rozetti Yarns Alaska (44% acrylic, 26% polyamide, 15% alpaca, 15% superwash fine merino wool; 50g/246 yds) • 902 Peach Puff (A) – 2 skeins (see pattern notes) • 905 Stormy (B) – 2 skeins (see pattern notes) Hook: US Size G-6 (4 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge Notions: Tapestry needle
GAUGE 5⅓ reps x 9⅓ rows = 4” in Mesh patt Save time, check your gauge
PATTERN NOTES The sample pictured took exactly two balls of each color. You may wish to purchase an extra skein of each (for a total of 3 skeins per color) in order to ensure that you do not run out.