Feather Stole


Feather Stole


Feather Stole

Light and airy, this delicate lace stole is truly a wonder to behold. This free crochet pattern, worked up in a beautiful cherry color, is an easy shawl that you're sure to treasure again and again. A dainty lace pattern repeat makes up the majority of the shawl and makes it a perfect piece to layer over a fancy dress or a delicate tank top. 


Crochet HookC/2 or 2.75 mm hook

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Oven weave designs like these are great for using during the warmer months of the year. I can see this in a much more vibrant color like yellow or orange to take out on a warm spring or summer event or even black or white for formal. Great job on the first attempt.

This is the perfect spring/summer stole. As far as this pattern is concerned if you are able to read a chart, you can work this up really quickly. Me on the other hand, I really rely on the written form of directions. I think as a first attempt, you covered all the basis and I encourage you to continue.

This gorgeous Feather Stole is going to be a really elegant complement to my wardrobe! I just love the beautiful, dainty design and, because I know that she will love one too, its going to be the perfect gift for my sisters birthday next month! With summer just a few months away I cant wait to get started. And how about Nemo 15s excellent idea (below) to adapt the design to use on her glass door!

Does this need to be blocked each time it is washed?

What a great pattern! I have loved the pineapple crochet for years, it is such a classic that will never go out of style! I would like to adjust this pattern slightly and make a wonderful set of curtains for my sliding glass door. This could be done by working each panel from the center down, adjusting it to the desired length and then adding loops along the top edge for the rod. They would be attractive, airy and yet still provide cover to a stark wall. For those who haven't tried to crochet from a chart, please give it a try. You may end up preferring charted patterns to written ones! They are so much easier to work from!


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