Hartland Cliffs by Sonja Bargielowska

Hartland Cliffs

August 2017
Lace ?
18 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
711 - 984 yards (650 - 900 m)
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The Hartland Cliffs Shawl is a feather-light accessory in one size, worked in just 100g of Blacker Yarns Laceweight. Although designed to be worked in two colours, it looks equally beautiful in a single shade.

Wingspan: 166 cm / 65 inches

Depth: 51 cm / 20 inches at widest point

Blacker Yarns St. Kilda, Laceweight (100% Soay, Boreray and Shetland Wool; 350m / 380 yards per 50g)

Shown in:
MC: Ruival; 1 skein
CC: Isle of Dùn; 1 skein


Blacker Yarns Bluefaced Leicester, Laceweight (100% Bluefaced Leicester Wool, 350m / 380 yards per 50g ball)

Shown in:
MC: Beadlet Anemone; 1 ball
CC: Acropora; 1 ball

When selecting colour combinations, we recommend that you use the darker shade as the MC

Four out of Five

Techniques include: simple lace knitting, short row shaping from written instructions, and an optional picot cast off

3.5 mm (US 4, UK 9) 100 cm / 40 inch or longer circular knitting 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

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