Worked in two colours of Hinterland Range, the Haro shawl is a stunning composition of openwork, texture, and colourshifts. The fabric of this generously-sized shawl is soft and cozy, with repeated stripes that create beautiful swirls reminiscent of cascading waves when wrapped for warmth.
Haro’s unique construction comes together with separate sections for borders and edges worked in different directions.This clever engineering makes for a dynamic and engaging project.
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The shawl is a half hap construction. A schematic is given to help aid the knitter with this form of construction and is explained thoroughly in the pattern instructions.
Yardage Note: If using a different yarn than listed below you may require extra yardage based on your gauge. This is due to the uniqueness of the fiber and resulting gauge of Hinterland Range after blocking.
Hinterland Range, 50% Canadian Rambouillet & 50% Alpaca), 198yds/181m, 112g/3.95oz per skein, worsted
3 skeins in MC, shown in Truffle, or approx 494yds/452m of worsted weight yarn
2 skeins in CC, shown in Snow, or approx 375yds/342m of worsted weight yarn
15 sts and 28 rows = 4in/10cm in Garter stitch, unblocked
US 10.5/6.5mm - long circular recommended
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the proper gauge.
Stitch markers - 4
Removable stitch marker
Blocking wires - optional
Wingspan approx 72in/183cm (from tip to tip) and 38in/96.5cm deep after blocking.
This pattern is fully written and also includes charted instructions and detailed schematics. It has been thoroughly tech edited and tested.