Marianne Half Hap Shawl

Photo © Kath Andrews
A picture of Marianne Half Hap Shawl against the sky.
Photo © Sue Finch

Little sister to Elinor Hap Shawl, Marianne is a half hap constructed with a bottom up central triangle, deep border and knitted on edging. There are no seams to sew as each section is worked off the previous one.

In the three colour version, each section is worked in a different colour, highlighting the three traditional lace stitches used.

Also available as a single colour kit using CoopKnits Socks Yeah!.

Suggested Yarn: Triskelion Yarn Scylfing 4-Ply, (75% Bluefaced Leicester, 25% Gotland, 350m/100g): (A) Ring Giver, 1 skein; (B) Ember’s End, 1 skein; (C) Nicor, 1 skein Meterage used: (A) 220m; (B) 220m; (C) 210m

or Single Colour Version:
CoopKnits Socks Yeah! (75% Merino Wool, 25% Nylon, 212m/50g): 3 skeins; Chryso
Meterage used: All except 6m of the Socks Yeah! yarn was used at this tension. In order to knit a tension swatch and to allow for slight differences in tension you are likely to need a 4th skein.

Needle size: 3.75 mm (US 5) 120cm circular needle 

Gauge: 10cm2 = 18sts x 32 rows over Chart 1 Smiling Diamonds pattern after blocking (17 sts x 30 rows while pins in place)

Notions: 3 stitch markers

Size: Block to 170 cm wingspan, 94 cm to point. This relaxes to 166cm x 88cm once pins are removed.

Language: English

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