Call of the Sirens

Call of the Sirens

The Call of the Sirens lace stole draws on the Greek myths about the Sirens. The Sirens’ calls could bewitch sailors to make them forget who they were and and where they were going. Often the Sirens caused them to forget to navigate their ships and the ships would be wrecked against the rocky shore.
The edging of the stole show the waves, followed by the rocky shoreline. The center portion of the stole represents the braided hair of the beautiful Sirens.

The Call of the Sirens is knit in two pieces and grafted together between the rocky shoreline and the hair of the sirens.


Finished measurements: 75 cm x 197 cm (29.5″x 77.5″).  The length is adjustable in the pattern

Yarn: 1 skein of Sanguine Gryphon Sappho (850 yds per 3 oz skein) in I Cannot Work the Loom

Needles: 4.5 mm needles

The pattern is charted, and available in downloadable pdf-format.

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