Lacy Ribbon Stole



Source: http://handmadebymother.blogspot.com/2009/06/its-prom-night.html

Size:  Aprox 22’’ wide, 2 1/2 yds. Long

Materials: Nomotta Ruban d’Art, 6 spools.  Plastic crochet hook, No. 6.

Note:  Work loosely and hold ribbon flat for best results.

Ch 2, s c in 2nd ch from hook.

Row 1: * Draw up a 1/2’’ lp on hook and make a ch to complete lp, ch 1, repeat from * until 42 lps have been made.  End row ch 1.  Turn.

Row 2:  Sk 3 lps, s c in next ch-1, * draw up a 1/2’’ lp and make a ch to complete lp, ch 1, draw up a 1/2’’ lp and make a ch to complete lp, ch 1, sk 1 ch, s c in next ch of previous row, repeat from * across; 20 large holes.

Row 3:  The lps in this and following rows are made the same as lps in previous rows and will be referred to as lp.

To start row make 1 lp, ch 1, 1 lp, ch1, 1 lp, ch 1, sc in next ch 1 of previous row, * 1 lp, ch 1, 1 lp, ch 1, s c in next ch-1 (between 2 lps), repeat from * to end of row.

Rows 4 to 100: Repeat row 3. Scarf should be almost 2 1/2 yards long.

Blocking and Pressing:

Block stole full length and width.  Pin down on padded surface.  Lay a damp cloth over stole and steam with a hot iron.  No damp cloth is necessary if steam iron is used.

Leave stole blocked until dry.  Block and press before making loops at end.

Loops at Ends:

Finish the two short ends with sc lps in each ch st.  To make lp st, wind ribbon over first two fingers, insert hook into st, draw ribbon through, pulling ribbon from under finger, drop lp from finger, letting it fall to right side of work and complete s c.

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