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#229 Adore PDF Knitting Pattern

  • adore kid mohair lace stole knitting pattern
  • adore kid mohair lace stole knitting pattern
  • adore kid mohair lace stole knitting pattern
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I adore the silky softness of a kid mohair and silk blend yarn. And (as you can tell), I'm always drawn to lovely lace patterns. This stole features not just one, but two breathtakingly beautiful lace stitch patterns, artfully combined and gorgeously presented when knit up in the kid mohair and silk blend yarn.

A generous bottom border is worked in the first lace stitch, which is simple and repetitive to knit, and creates very pretty results.

This lace is then only continued along the sides to allow the water lily motifs to take center stage as they run down the center of the stole. The stole finishes with the same generous lace border to mirror the beginning. With some patient and very enjoyable knitting, you will have a lovely, ultra-lightweight, and incredibly soft and warm stole that doubles as a luxurious scarf (my preferred way of wearing!).

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Errata updated 12/3/23: Go to "completed" under your store account to re-download new copy.

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Finished Blocked Measurements: 17 ¾" [45 cm] x 77" [195.5 cm].

Skill Level: intermediate-85.jpg  Intermediate in terms of Lacework, must be comfortable using mohair/silk blends (fixing mistakes is very challenging!).

Yarn Used:
Knit Picks Aloft (72% Super Kid Mohair/28% Silk); .875 oz/25 g [246 yds/225 m] per ball): 3 balls in Mongoose #25216.

Pattern Gauge:
Approx 16 sts = 4 ¼" [11 cm] and 32 rows = 7" [18 cm] in Vine Lace patt, gently stretched to block, then allowed to relax. 
Yarn Label Gauge and Information:
A lace-weight in a soft 70% kid mohair/30% silk blend with a gauge of 18-25 sts = 4" [10 cm] on size US 3-8 [3.25-5 mm] needles.

Approximate Total Yardage Required: 
542 yd [496 m].  

Some suggested yarn substitutes to try: 
Madil Yarns Kid Seta (230 yds/210 m per ball), Garnstudio DROPS Kid-silk (218 yds/199 m per ball), Debbie Bliss Angel (219 yds/200 m per ball), Rowan Kidsilk Haze (230 yds/210 m per ball), Elann.com Silken Kydd (232 yds/212.5 m per ball).
If you have a yarn substitute to suggest for this project, email us!

Knitting Needles Used: Size 9 [5.5 mm] needles OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE.

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  1. sweaterbabe has the bedt patterns always

    Posted by Karen Hager on 11th Jul 2022

    Haven’t had time to start knitting this one yet. However, I have purchased and knitted many of the sweater babe patterns over the years. I honestly believe that these are the most beautiful and well designed patterns that one can purchase. I always get compliments on any pattern that I have knitted from sweater babe. And, her patterns are well written so that once you start the knitting process you want to keep knitting to see the end result, which by the way, will be exactly as pictured. Sweater babe designs the best knitting patterns available.

  2. Another Beautiful Lace Shawl from SweaterBabe

    Posted by Claudia Manning on 17th Aug 2020

    While I am still working on this pattern I am finding it well written and surprisingly easy. I am working with a mohair, silk lace with a touch of silver and it is beautiful. Thank you for yet another beautiful pattern.

  3. beautiful scarf

    Posted by Bev Smith on 17th Jul 2017

    All of your patterns are excellent
    I am doing this one in fine goat and mohair. Light as a feather and stunning
    Thanks again for another beautiful pattern

  4. Lovely Pattern!

    Posted by Patty Perkins on 26th Mar 2016

    While I haven't finished it yet, I'm about 1/2 way there. I didn't haven enough mohair/silk yarn on hand, so I used a baby alpaca lace instead. It's a very comfortable knit the produces a beautiful pattern. I'm excited to get it done and blocked! Another great pattern, like the other SweaterBabe patterns I own and have made(and no, this isn't a paid commentary!) :)

  5. Stunning Knit

    Posted by Ann Bate on 26th Mar 2016

    This pattern is fantastic. I knit it using 3 balls of Roawn Kidsilk. The pattern was easy to follow and interesting to make up.

    The result is spectacular.

    Thanks for another great pattern