Hartland Cliffs by Sonja Bargielowska
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Hartland Cliffs

September 2016
Lace ?
18 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
711 - 984 yards (650 - 900 m)
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Finished Measurements
Blocked shawl has an approximate wingspan of 172 cm / 68 inches

Pattern Designed For
Blacker Yarns St. Kilda, laceweight (100% Soay, Boreray and Shetland Wool; 350 meters / 380 yards per 50g)
MC: Ruival (hand dyed by The Knitting Goddess); 1 skein
CC: Isle of Dùn (undyed); 1 skein

When selecting colour combinations, it is recommended that you use the darker shade as the MC

3.5 mm, US 4, UK - circular needle
1 stitch marker
Darning needle to sew in ends

18 sts and 32 rows to 10 cm / 4 inch square measured over garter stitch when blocked

Pattern Notes
This shawl is worked in triangular sections using short row shaping. The side of the shawl being worked switches with each new triangle, because of this there is no right or wrong side to the finished work; the pattern is written using the terms ‘Side A’ and ‘Side B’. This pattern uses garter stitch throughout, however it would be easy to customise the design by substituting the garter stitch for a multitude of other stitch patterns or increasing the number of contrast colours.

If you would prefer to work a one colour shawl, then you may wish to add a few more lace details for variation.

Level of Difficulty: Beginner, this pattern features short rows and simple lace yarn overs.