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Use this pattern to make two sizes of Calla Lilies and a Calla leaf. The flowers and leaf stand up using stiff florist’s wire. The flowers, which are the size of actual garden Calla Lilies, are knit first, then felted.
Use a 100% worsted weight wool or a wool blend that will felt, like Cascade 220. For the larger-size flower, our Calla Lily and its leaf call for 110 yards of dark green, 5 yards of light green and 5 yards of a pale green. The three greens create the gradation as the stem gives way to the flower. You can skip that and just choose one green, too. The flower calls for 40 yards of white and 2 yards of yellow for the stamen.
You’ll need size 10 double points, a spare pair of long straight needles (size 10 or smaller) a
stitch holder, and a yarn needle. For the stem and leaf, you’ll need two 18 gauge, 18” florist
wires. You’ll also need a spare length of ribbon and a couple of safety pins for felting the stem (This is important. Don't skip.)