Emma - Shetland Lace Half Hap Shawl

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Emma - Shetland Lace Half Hap Shawl Pattern


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Knitting: Emma - Shetland Lace Half Hap Shawl
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Emma - Shetland Lace Half Hap Shawl Edging
Emma - Shetland Lace Half Hap Shawl Old Shale Border
Emma - Shetland Lace Half Hap Shawl Shawl on
Emma - Shetland Lace Half Hap Shawl Back of Shawl
Emma - Shetland Lace Half Hap Shawl Emma

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • cast on, bind off, knit, purl, pick up stitches, yo, ssk, k2tog, center double decrease, knit through the back loop, purl through the back loop, pick up stitches

Pattern Description:

Hap (warm) shawls are traditionally made for warmth and daily use. They are heavier than a traditional lace Shetland shawl. Hap shawls are square in shape. Half Hap shawls are triangular. This lovely shawl features a lace center with an old shale border and a lace edging. The shawl pictured was knitted from handspun 100% Shetland wool yarn. This half hap shawl was knitted in the traditional way. The center is knit from the bottom up, starting with a single stitch. The center grows with each row that is knitted. Stitches are then picked up along the sides for the border. Once the border is knitted additional stitches are cast on for the edging.

This pattern is 17 pages in length. It contains charts, written instructions, photos, and helpful hints/tips.


4 sts/ inch in pattern....blocked. Getting gauge is not crucial. Your shawl might be larger or smaller depending on your gauge


  • size 9 needle, 670 yards of a worsted weight yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • yarn needle, scissors, stitch markers

Suggested yarn:

670 yards of Worsted weight

About Designer

About Designer

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by asheepsyarn
Tum Tum, Washington
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I enjoy spinning, knitting, and quilting. I have a small spinner's flock consisting of 11 Shetland sheep, 3 Suri alpacas, 3 Huacaya alpacas, and 2 llamas who watch over them all.

Finding patterns for using with handspun yarns hasn't always been easy. Since I primarily use my own handspun yarns (there are exceptions...like gift giving) I started dabbling with designing my own quite some time ...

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