Hansel (Half Version) by Gudrun Johnston

Hansel (Half Version)

September 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
846 - 1692 yards (774 - 1547 m)
Approx 54 ¾ inches wide and 28 ½ inches in depth
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This a half sized version of my Hansel Pattern-a traditional Shetland Hap shawl.
When you purchase this pattern you will also receive the pattern for the full sized shawl (as a separate pdf).

A ‘Hansel’ is a gift to mark a special occasion, such as the birth of a baby.

Approx 54 ¾ inches wide and 28 ½ inches in depth

US 8/5mm 24 and 32 inch circular needles

Fingering weight yarn in the following amounts:
550 yards of MC, 82 yards of CC1, 82 yards of CC2, 66 yards of CC3 and 66 yards of CC4
Shown in Jumper Weight by Jamieson & Smith (100% Real Shetland Wool; 129yd 118m/25g) Shade 202 (MC), Shade 1284 (CC1), Shade
121 (CC2), Shade 27 (CC3), Shade FC7MIX (CC4),

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17 sts and 34 rows = 4 inches in Garter st on US 8/5mm needles.

This shawl is constructed in 3 parts. It begins with the center triangle worked in garter stitch. Yarn overs are made at the beginning of each row to increase the triangle. Stitches are then easily picked up from the very visible yarn over loops along the edges and the border is worked outwards from the center triangle. The shawl is finished with
an edging that is knitted sideways and attached to the live stitches of the border as it is being worked.