Burnished Night Hap by Sonja Bargielowska

Burnished Night Hap

August 2017
Light Fingering ?
16 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1006 - 1509 yards (920 - 1380 m)
Diagonal: 127 (178) cm / 50 (70) inches
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Burnished Night is a square hap in two sizes. It is worked in the round beginning in the centre, with diagonal increases radiating out to the four corners. These increases divide the four panels – one Garter Stitch, one lace and two simple Stocking Stitch.

This shawl is worked at a loose gauge to maximize drape and make the most of the yarn’s yardage.

Width: 84 (102) cm / 33 (40) inches

Diagonal: 127 (178) cm / 50 (70) inches

Blacker Yarns Samite, 3-ply
(20% Ahimsa Silk, 30% Bluefaced Leicester, 40% Shetland, 10% Gotland;
460 metres / 503 yards per 100g skein)

Large size shown in:
MC: Burnished Night; 2 skeins
CC: Eternal Day; 1 skein

Small size shown in:
MC: Old Yew; 1 skein
CC: Tide of Dreams; 1 skein

Four out of Five

Techniques include: Circular Cast On, knitting in the round using the Magic Loop Technique, lace knitting, and a Picot Cast Off: please note that the lace pattern for this design
is charted only

4.5 mm (UK 7, US 7) 150 cm (60 inch) circular knitting needle

4+ stitch markers, including one unique to indicate beginning of round
Darning needle to sew in ends

16 sts and 28 rows to 10 cm / 4 inches square measured over stocking stitch

Always use a needle size which results in the correct gauge after blocking