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Looking for mohair knit pattern

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    Looking for mohair knit pattern

    I’m looking for knitting patterns that use only mohair. I have 760 yards of a mohair that I am thinking if using all of it for a shawl.

    #2

    This mohair shawl by Lily Chin is vintage from 1999/2000 Vogue but looks stunning. https://store.vogueknitting.com/p-71...rib-shawl.aspx


    Last edited by Cablegrrl; 08-09-2019, 04:42 AM.

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      #3
      That is beautiful! The mohair I have is variegated. I might lose some of that lovely pattern stitch. But I’ll have to save this one. Love it! Thank you!

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        #4
        There are lots of free shawl patterns at Drops Yarn:

        https://www.garnstudio.com/search.ph...se&c=8&lang=en

        Select within your selection to find options for the weight of yarn you have.

        I like this: might look wonderful in your yarn:

        https://knitrowan.com/en/free-patterns/starling-wrap

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        • finney
          finney commented
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          The Starling wrap is stunning. Thank you for the link

        • fiberlover
          fiberlover commented
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          Thank you those are lovely.

        #5
        You are very welcome!!

        I might make it myself.

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          #6
          I saw this over at LoveCrafts. The pattern is free!
          This is a very easy shawl which knits up quickly, this is why it is called "Flotti" from German word "flott" meaning "fast". It is worked from one "wing" to another and looks the same from the right and the wrong side. One skein of Lana Grossa Silkhair Degrade is enough to make this shawl. I used needles number US 6/4 mm and came up with gauge of 16 sts x 22 rows = 10x10 cm /4x4".
          Last edited by Cablegrrl; 08-09-2019, 04:42 AM.

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          • fiberlover
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            I love that one!!! That's going to the top of the list! It looks like I could keep adding to it easily enough since I have 700+ yards. Thank you
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