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Northmavine Hap

Knitting
December 2012
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches in lace pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
903 yards (826 m)
one - easily adjustable by adding / removing repeats.

This pattern is part of Kate’s new Colours of Shetland collection which is now available to purchase in print, and/ or digital editions.

A warm hap, with dramatic waves of colour, inspired by the bright greens and blues of the rocks and water which shape the rugged landscape of Northmavine.

Pattern includes full colour charts and written instructions.

Size
Wingspan: 160cm/63in
Length from nape to tip: 61cm/24in
The size of the hap can be adjusted easily, if required, by
adding or removing repeats of the 24-row pattern. Don’t
forget that you will need to adjust your yarn quantities to
reflect any changes.

Yarn requirements:
MC: shade 203
3 x 25g balls
CC1: shade 141
1 x 25g ball
CC2: shade FC37
1 x 25g ball
CC3: shade 65
1 x 25g ball
CC4: shade FC41
1 x 25g ball

Other materials:

4mm circular needles (UK 8/US 6) in the
following length:
1 x 100cm/40in long
2 pairs of stitch markers of different types/colours (A and B)
4 stitch markers of another type/colour (C)
Waste yarn (a smooth cotton 4 ply will work best as it won’t
stick to your main yarn)
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends