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Print O' The Wave Stole

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I wish I were a better photographer, and could properly express the delicacy of this piece - we're getting dangerously close to true gossamer, here. The way it drapes and ripples is amazing: a breath runs through it when stepping into a current of wam air; it continues floating for a moment after the wearer stops moving.

Pattern: My own (free PDF available this week!)
Yarn: Ornaghi Filati Merino Oro, in color 60 (teal)
Yardage: approximately 600-700 yards
Yarn Source: All About Yarn
Needles: 1.75mm (US00) Susan Bates Silvalume DPNs
Gauge: 18" x 60" finished dimensions
Modifications: --

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Comments

that is insanely beautiful

My god that's gorgeous! Wonderful, wonderful work. Congratulations!

Gorgeous job Eunny, what a great gift it will be. This is one of those stoles that needs to be seen in person to really grasp it's beauty.

Beautiful!!

Breathtaking. You really did a marvelous job on this project.

All I can say is WOW. that is spectacular.

All together now... Oh. My. God. It's beautiful Eunny. See Eunny Knit and design amazing things!!!

It so wonderful! Knitting on those thin needles really made this quite delicate. Simply gorgeous!

Wow!
It's absolutely stunning.
I love the effect of the different wave-sizes in centre & border - more organic!
Beautiful.

Eunny, it's amazing. You are amazing. Your stole is a beautiful work of art.

It's awesome! Thanks for making the pattern available. I'm definitely making this.

Absolutely beautiful! So delicate and graceful.

Wow, this is one of the most beautiful shawls that I have ever seen! Let's hope the lucky recipient gives it a true place of honor and displays it often.

Wow so Gorgeous! I'm speechless. Great job!

Gorgeous! Absolutely beautiful!

Okay, I admit freely that I am computer illiterate. Where do I go to find the PDF file for this pattern? You have inspired me to attempt this!

gorgeous shawl. i love it!! excellent work on designing this one.

Simply gorgeous. It's all together here: the color, the yarn, the pattern, the quality of the knitting. Good job!

Oh wow, that's beautiful! I can't wait to see the pattern.

What a beautiful work of art. I really like the border on this, how it's a variation of the main section. Congratulations on your own lace design!

You've definitely captured the essence of this project: it's beautiful. Congratulations on your own design. Will you be publishing the chart?

Yes, you will. I just noticed the note about the pdf.

You are just too amazing. Wow. That's all I can say. Wow.

Breathtaking!

so, so, so pretty. so pretty!

absolutely stunning! :O Oh my!!

Holy cats that is so gorgeous!

That is one of the prettiest stoles I have seen yet! You are a very talented woman!

another genius project! congrats on the design. it is just wonderful. and the execution...well, don't get me started.

Wow. I just don't know how you do it, and so quickly too!

Gorgeous - I'm in awe...

as always on this blog, all I can say or think is: wow!!!!

De-lurking to say that shawl is gorgeous--just lovely. A perfect pairing of yarn, pattern, and edging. Hats off!

That is amazingly beautiful, it looks simply perfect. Bravo..

Absolutely stunning!!!

Gotta chime in here -- it's stunning! :) Nice job!

Everyone has said it already, but dang! That is so pretty! Great job designing a beautiful stole. Wow.

Speechless! What a dainty, gorgeous piece of work.

That's jaw-droppingly gorgeous. I am in awe!

Soooooo beautiful. I have never seen soo nice knitting!!!

Thank you for making this a free pattern! So beautiful, congratulations on a finished project!

Your stole is absolutely gorgeous. A work of art. Awesome :-)

Is the pattern, Yarn, still available?

You should be proud.
Jo-Ann Jacques

I am trying to open the pattern and cannot because the file is damaged. Is there any way you could email it to me? Thanks. katie

Gorgeous job Eunny, what a great gift it will be. This is one of those stoles that needs to be seen in person to really grasp it's beauty.



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