Knitting patterns for Mrs. H summer shawl, a stunning shawl with a beautiful lace pattern knitted in hand-dyed merino wool from Hedgehog Fibres. Mrs. H's summer shawl is a perfect summer knit, as it is light and airy but can keep you warm on chilly summer evenings - and it is easy to knit and takes up almost no space in your beach bag when you are bringing your knitting to the beach. The beautiful hand-dyed yarn comes in so many lovely colors, all with their own particular color change. Mrs H's summer shawl can also be knitted in Önling No 2, super soft, sustainable merino wool.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
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Sizes: One size Height midback: 80(100) cm / (31½)39 inches Width: 150(175) cm / (59)69 inches
Materials: Hedgehog Skinny Singles, 100 % hand-dyed merino wool, 366 m per 100 g
Önling No 2, 100 % merino wool, 120 m per 25 g
Color A: Hedgehog color Cereal (light mix), 200 g
Color A: Önling No 2, color Celery (light yellowgreen), 200 g
Guiding circular needle size 3½ mm / US 4 for the shawl, and 2 double-pointed needles or 1 circular needle size 4½ mm / US 7 for the edge of the shawl in Hedgehog
Guiding circular needle size 4 mm / US 6 for the shawl, and 2 double-pointed needles or 1 circular needle size 5 mm / US 8 for the edge of the shawl in No 2
Gauge: In stockinette stitch 18 sts and 28 rows on needle 3½ mm / US 4 in Hedgehog Fibers.
16 sts and 24 rows on needle 4 mm / US 6 in Önling No. 2
Directions: Start knitting the shawl at the neck. It has an obvious right and wrong side. Make increases at each edge and each side of the middle stitch on every second row. End with spikes, one at a time, that are made in a continuation of the shawl. Do not break the yarn after each spike – instead, continue ’wandering’ in the work, and make the next spike.