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Oversized Crochet Stole


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Oversized Crochet Stole
Oversized Crochet Stole
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You'll really find a unique new accessory with this Oversized Crochet Stole pattern. This nifty part about it is that there are slits in the front of the design so that you can put the crochet stole inside of itself so that it totally wraps around you without any added effort. You'll love all the different ways you can wear this wrap, especially if you work it up in a few colors and have an accessory for multiple outfits. Since it's a little bigger and bulkier, this would be a great fall wearable when there's a hint of chill but you don't want to be too warm.


Crochet Hook: K/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List
  1. RED HEART SuperSaver: 3 skeins 256 Carrot
  2. Crochet Hook: 6.5mm [US K-10.5].
  3. Yarn Needle
Crochet Gauge

12 sts = 4; 8 rows = 4.

Finished Size: Shawl measures 14 wide x 80 long.

  1. Ch 43.
  2. Row 1 (RS): Hdc in 2nd ch from hook and in each chain across, turn  42 hdc.
  3. Row 2: Ch 1, hdc in each hdc across, turn.
  4. Row 3: Ch 1, hdc in first 14 hdc, *skip next hdc, work Fpdc around next hdc one row below, working in front of Fpdc just made, work Fpdc around hdc one row below skipped hdc, hdc in next 2 hdc; repeat from * 2 times more, skip next hdc, work Fpdc around next hdc one row below, working in front of Fpdc just made, work Fpdc around hdc one row below skipped hdc, hdc in last 14 hdc, turn.
  5. Row 4: Repeat Row 2.
  6. Row 5: Repeat Row 3
  7. Rows 6-20: Repeat Rows 2-3 until 20 rows have been completed.

Split For Sections
First Side Section

  1. Row 21: Ch 1, keeping in pattern as established, work 18 sts, turn. Leave remaining sts unworked.
  2. Row 22: Ch 1, hdc in all sts across  18 sts.
  3. Rows 23-35: Work in pattern as established on 18 sts.
  4. Fasten off.

Center Section

  1. Row 21: With right side facing and holding previous section behind work, join yarn in 17th st on Row 21 of Wrap for Center Section of Split, hdc in next 2 sts, work in pattern as established for 8 more sts  10 sts.
  2. Rows 22-35: Work as established on 10 sts. Fasten off.

Third Side Section

  1. Row 21: With right side facing and holding previous section in front of work, join yarn in 25th st on Row 21 of Wrap for Third Section of split, hdc in next 2 sts, work in pattern as established to end to row  18 sts.
  2. Rows 22-35: Work as established on 18 sts.
  3. Do not fasten off, turn.

Join Sections

  1. Row 36 (WS): Ch 1, hdc in first 16 hdc, working through corresponding sts of sections, hold Center Section behind Side Section and hdc through both layers to join 2 overlapped sts, hdc across Center Section sts, hdc overlapped sts of Center Section with remaining Side  Section  42 hdc.
  2. Row 37: Repeat Row 3.
  3. Rows 38-149: Repeat Rows 2-3, end with Row 3. Do not fasten off.


  1. With right side facing, work reverse single crochet evenly spaced around all edges.
  2. Fasten off.
  3. Weave in ends. 

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Oh my, this oversized stole looks like a chilly Fall day. The color makes me think of pumpkin spice and when I start thinking about pumpkin spice then I starting craving a pumpkin spice latte. It looks so cozy and warm. I think this could also be used on a cold Winter night when you are snuggled up on the sofa reading a book too.

What a beautiful stole! In my working day I spent quite a bit of time outside so I just love the size of it and the bulkiness for extra snugness on a really cold day. Also loving the unusual slits - very stylish and so practical too. Im definitely going to go yarn shopping tomorrow )

This looks so cozy! I think this is the perfect wrap to keep at the office for those extra cold days. Having the slits to "lock in" the ends would make it a great, no fuss layer that wouldnt get in the way of my work! Now, to find the perfect gray yarn to make this in

Where is the pattern?

Turned out nothing like the photo. I'm a seasoned crocheter' and I found this pattern at about a level 4 difficulty with the slit sections. The only video red heart had was over the slit section.

It's exactly like the photo! I made mine from the instructions printed inside the yarn label, it was very easy to make, the slit wasn't a problem at all. You just realize you're making a number of rows but instead of going all the way across you stop a third of the way. Then you do the same number of rows in the second part of the section, then go back and do the same number of rows in the last part of the section. So you have a piece of crochet that starts out as a flat normal thing, then it splits into 3 sections (as if you could braid it) and then you start the next row and go across the top of all three sections to turn them into one again. Very simple and a great idea! Mine came out perfectly...except I decided to use up the ball of yarn I was on and it ended up much too long. I'm going to unravel a foot or so of it.

Maybe I'm really tired, but I can't find the link to get this pattern. I'd really love to make it, but I can't find on red either. Please fix this.

This is the most obscure pattern ever written. It makes absolutely no sense. There is weird construction and no photos or diagrams of what the author is talking about. It's just a gimmick to sell yarn?


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