My version starts with the center triangle, and then the border is knit onto the sides. Lastly, the top edge is added. Instead of the traditional Feather and Fan lace that is used on Hap Shawls, I substituted the more unusual Cockle Shell—or Sea Shell—lace pattern. I switched to the simpler Feather and Fan for the last part of the shawl so you can easily knit to your desired length and not worry about running out in the middle of a repeat. – Designer Donna Druchunas –
Yarn: 100% Coopworth | Vermont
Yarn Weight: Fingering
Ply: Two ply
Yards: 780-785 yds / 713 m / 1 colorwheel cake
Weight: 200-204g / 7oz
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