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Water Lily Stole


Designer: Geoff Hunnicutt
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 23" x 70"
Yarn Lines: Aloft Super Kid Mohair Yarn
Yardage: 1476
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size 4 (3.5mm) two sets circular needles 32"; Second set of needles for provisional cast on (optional)
Fiber Type: Silk Blends
Weight: Lace
The Water Lily Stole is a wonderful light and airy stole using traditional Estonian Lace patterns. The stole gets its name from the water lily pattern that frames the center motif. The center pattern has lots of delicate open work with nupps added for a hint of texture. Water Lily stole is worked in two identical halves from the center out, starting from a provisional cast on. Once you finish with one side, flip it around, unzip the cast on edge, and begin working the other side.

At first glance, the Water Lily stole appears to be extremely complex; however, in reality, it is a very easy design using nothing more than simple decreases, yarn overs and knitting through the back loop. Also, to add to the pattern’s ease, all the lace work is done on the right side.

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4 out of 5 stars

It's a beautiful product... I'm nearing the end. BUT, there is a mistake in the pattern.....Rows 13, 15 and 17 column 29 is wrong... should be single knit stitch rather than knit 2 from 2. Caused me a lot of grief.... and yarn is not to be frogged - impossible with mohair catching...

3 out of 5 stars

I'm working from this pattern in the book 'In Bloom" I'm self taught intermediate knitter.. it took me to the 5th repeat to realize there is a mistake in the chart. Row 13, 15 and 17 column 29.. should be plain knit... throws the whole graph off.. ouch... and this yarn does not want to be ripped back.. ever... however... the light fluffy fabric is pretty nice.