Stylish handmade Irish Stole Crochet Pattern is a great gift to a woman.
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What do you need to crochet this project?
- Crochet hook size 3.5 mm
Tips for beginners:
- Yarn: 1500 g
- Yarndage: 200-240 m / 100 g
- Fiber type: 100% wool
Tips for beginners:
- Stitch/place markers
These tips might answer your questions:
- Finished size: 150*90 cm
Irish Stole Crochet Pattern
Stitch abbreviations used in this crochet pattern
- ch – chain
- sc – single crochet
- dc – double crochet
- single crochet back loop only (scBLO)
- half double crochet back loop only (hdcBLO)
- 2 double crochet shell (2 dc shell)
- 3 double crochet shell (3 dc shell)
- treble crochet (trc)
- back post double crochet (BPdc)
- front post double crochet (FPdc)
- 2 double crochet closed together (dc2tog)
- 3 double crochet closed together (dc3tog)
- 5 double crochet popcorn (5 dc pc)
- chain 3 single crochet picot
If you still have questions regarding what those symbols mean or how to read them, please take a look at our epic guide of Crochet symbols and abbreviations.
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