Waterfalls Stole

VillageKnittiot's picture

Finished it. (Amazing what you can do on a couple flights between US and China!
This was knit using a yarn called Shahrazade from Henry's Attic. I used size US10 needles. I have yet to block it so it will probably get to be about 20-24" across and about 9 feet in length. This is from the Knitters' Ponchos and Wraps book. Its all knit and then you drop stitches as you bind off. (there are a couple more steps, but that's it in a nutshell.)

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Mnjack's picture

beautifully done. It really

beautifully done. It really has the look of elegance. I too get a lot of knitting done on planes and in airports.

scottly's picture

Wow, I really want to see it

Wow, I really want to see it on someone - preferably someone that looks good in a little black dress. It looks absolutely lush. I can totally see it walking done a red carpet with that little black dress.

Scott
I wish I were knitting now.

Looks fantastic, I didn't

Looks fantastic,
I didn't think you could knit on a plane nowadays.
Must check next time I'm flying.

BuduR's picture

you can, but it's best to

you can, but it's best to check with your airline, you get less of a hassle if you use wooden or plastic needles, and it seems that circulars are getting less notice than straights.
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PaxKnitter's picture

Great job! It's really

Great job! It's really beautiful.
Peace,
Paul

9 feet or not....it is

9 feet or not....it is purdy. I think MMario makes a good point. I know I tend to think in terms of shorter but in reality when I see alot of stoles etc, a graceful wrapping can make the difference.

MMario's picture

Nine foot long for a stole

Nine foot long for a stole is not too long - as my niece pointed out to me, one of the most common ways to wear a stole is draped on the back over each shoulder and then falling gracefully down the front. Even on a short woman the back loop can take three feet, leaving only three feet on each side to go over the shoulders and down the front.

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Bill's picture

BEAUTIFUL!!! ...but nine

BEAUTIFUL!!!
...but nine feet???
...is this for a six foot six womsn?

LOL

VillageKnittiot's picture

It's a wrap, dammit!! I hit

It's a wrap, dammit!!
I hit a point of no return trying to decide to leave enough yarn to do fringe, or knit up the entire skein... so I knitted the skein. Who'd'a thunk it would've added another couple feet.

ronhuber's picture

What beautiful work. Give

What beautiful work. Give yourself a pat on the back.
Ron

BuduR's picture

the name for that one is

the name for that one is perfect! I love the way it looks, good job!
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