Hapisk KIT

Hapisk mingles Iceland and Shetland together in its name as well as in its very stitches. It is Hélène’s Icelandic interpretation of a Shetland hap and is part of the The Book of Haps co-edited by Kate Davies and Jen Arnall-Culliford. A hap is a Scottish dialect word for a simple shawl or wrap. Haps have a particular association with Shetland where for many decades they were knitted for everyday wear as well as for sale. The first part of the book explores the hap’s Shetland history, and in the second part, 13 renowned designers present their contemporary interpretations of a hap.

Hapisk is knitted with Hélène’s extra soft Icelandic lambswool lace, Gilitrutt Tvíband. The price of the KIT (17 skeins and a project bag) represents a substantial discount (20%) compared to if you would buy the yarn on its own. If you choose “Colors of your choice” please indicate them in the Notes at the check out!

Wool KIT, no pattern
The pattern PDF is available here

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