Hap Cowl by Ella Gordon
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Hap Cowl

Knitting
September 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in over garter stitch after blocking
US 8 - 5.0 mm
one size
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A circular cowl inspired by the elements of traditional Shetland Haps, worked flat and then seamed this cowl uses garter stitch, simple lace and colour changes for a surprisingly easy but effective looking knit. My two colourways are inspired by nature in Shetland: Colourway 1 reminds me of the sea, sand and cliff’s whereas Colourway two is inspired by the heather, peat banks and moss you can see all over Shetland.

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Finished size
160cm/64” circumference and 25cm/9.5” deep

Yarn
Jamieson & Smith 2ply Jumper Weight (fingering weight; 100% Shetland wool; 115m/125yards per 25g ball)

Colourway 1:
A: 54 x 3 balls
B: FC61 x 1 ball
C: FC45 x 1 ball
D: FC43 x 1 ball
E: 202 x 1 ball

Colourway 2:
A: FC58 x 3 balls
B: FC55 x 1 ball
C: FC38 x 1 ball
D: 1284 x 1 ball
E: 202 x 1 ball

Gauge

16 sts and 36 rows to 10cm/4” measured over garter stitch on 5mm needles (after blocking)

Needles and Accessories

5mm (UK 6/US 8) x 80cm/32” circular needles (although you are working flat, because of the number of stitches a longer circular needle works best)
14 stitch markers
tapestry needle