Brae Hap part 2 by Mary Henderson

Brae Hap part 2

October 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
US 8 - 5.0 mm
One size
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Hap shawls were a wardrobe staple for generations of Shetland Isles women, and this traditional design is enjoying a revival today. They were typically formed from plain centre square or triangle paired with a striped border and a lacy edging.
In the second instalment on Mary Henderson’s three-part pattern, we have instructions for the border. This uses the feather-and-fan-lace stitch, worked in a stripe sequence of six natural fleece shades of wool. It is knitted onto the centre triangle which we had instructions for in issue 90 of The Knitter.

Alternatively buy the other instalments here:

Part 1

Part 3