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    Winter Lake Stole Kit

    Gradient
    Winter Lake Stole by Caroline Sommerfeld
    Featured in the upcoming book Vogue Knitting Lace!

    This lovely pattern was originally published in the Winter 2019 issue of Vogue Knitting, and is soon to be included in a collection of lace patterns, Vogue Knitting Lace, coming in mid November 2021!


    Shown here in Antique, Grannies In Lace, Bien!, and Paperweight - all beautiful colours from our main colour line*.  The slip-stitch lace pattern of this simple but elegant shawl echo the gentle movement of water in their undulations.  Colours shift from the silver grey of the water in winter to the pink of the sunrise on the horizon.  Four patterns – undulating-waves lace, slip-stitch rib, Bargello slip-stitch fade, and slip-stitch fade band – play out over the Nettle Soft DK hand-painted canvas. 

    Please choose from the following gradient options all on our Nettle Soft DK yarn base:

    Winter Lake Gradient: Containing the colourways Antique, Grannies In Lace, Bien!, and Paperweight 
    Orchids GradientContaining the colourways Tiny Orchid, Shy Orchid, Spotted Orchid, and Wild Orchid.
    Painters Gradient: Containing the colourways Matisse - A Glimpse of Notre Dame, Cezanne - Still Life, Turner - Venice From the Porch, and Morisot - Woman at the Mirror. 
    Stash Enabler GradientContaining the colourways Stash Me Some More!, Take Me To Your Stash, Stash Me, I Wanna Be In Your Stash.

     
    Please note that this kit only includes the yarn.  The pattern is only available in the Vogue Knitting winter issue, available in stores and online now.

    Nettle Soft - DK
    68% Superwash Merino / 32% Nettle
    240 meters / 263 yards per 100 gram / 3.5 oz skein
    gauge: 21 - 24 sts / 4 inches (10 cm) US 5 - 7 or 3.75 - 4.5 mm


    *There was a small printing error in this issue of Vogue Knitting incorrectly saying that the colourways used were limited edition.  We assure you they are not limited edition colourways, even though some colours were developed with this design in mind.  No need to worry about these amazing colourways going away, we promise you they are sticking around!