Havet Shawl By Eline Alcocer
Find the pattern in issue 120 of Inside Crochet magazine.
The deep Norwegian fjords, the moody and volatile Oresund Strait, the icy Baltic… With its striking, ripple-like lace pattern extending down the middle, Havet is a nod to Scadinavian waters.
● John Arbon Harvest Hues 4ply, 65% Falklands Merino wool/ 35% Zwarbles wool, 100g/400m/436yds Yarn A: Woad (cobalt blue) x 1 skein Yarn B: Blue Spruce (bluegreen) x 2 skeins
● 3mm hook
● Two removable stitch markers
● Yarn needle
This shawl is designed for a 4plyweight yarn. Any lofty ﬁbre with a soft handle and good drape will work. Some yarns may need blocking more than once to open up the stitches fully. Note that shawl actually uses 200m/218yds of yarn A and 700m/765yds of yarn B.
After years of moving around the world, Eline settled herself, her family and her seasonallyinspired design work by the coast in beautiful southern Sweden. Find out more at www.emmyandlien.com.