I still want to knit that shawl, someday.
Mystic Shawls contains the patterns for fourteen of Anna Dalvi's mystery shawl KALs -- including Mystic Waters. I could see myself knitting most of the patterns in this book. (No, I don't know when I'd have time to do that much focused lace knitting, but that isn't the point. The point is that now that I've bought the book, I can do it when I want to.)
I love the patterns. The book itself is mostly charts -- pages and pages and pages of them -- and the pictures aren't on the glossy paper I'm used to in my knitting books. (I want to make the shawls. The whole eye-candy thing is extra.) All of the shawls are shown being worn and lying flat, which is nice.
There are all sorts of shapes here and some of the shawls come in multiple sizes.
If, like me, you can't collect enough lace shawl patterns, you'll want to get your hands on a copy of Mystic Shawls.
Pesky Discslosure -- I bought this one myself, from the Knitpicks 40% off book sale.