Haruno Shawl by Eri Yarn Kit


Haruno / 春野 - Spring field in Japanese - is a long trianglular shawl. In this design Eri tried to render in stitches of various flowers you can find in spring fields and associated them to a wind-inspired stitch.

The Haruno Shawl is worked sideways, starting from one end, increasing stitches on the right edge to the final width. You can add a tassel to the narrow cast-on edge if you wish.


One size
Wingspan: 65 ¾” / 167 cm
Depth: 32 ¾” / 83.5 cm

3 x skeins of Lanivendole AESTIVA (70% Abruzzege, 30% Linen - 328 yards / 300 m per 50 g) pictured on Eri in the colour Marzapane. Pictured on Tash in the colour Moka.


US 6 / 4 mm circular needle, 24” / 60 cm or longer
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.

After blocking 
24 sts and 28 rows = 4” / 10 cm in twisted rib (k1tbl, p1) with US 6 / 4 mm needle


Stitch markers (8), tapestry needle

I have added the link to Ravelry below where you can purchase a digital copy of the Haruno Shawl pattern. 


If you do not have a Ravelry account please let me know and I can purchase a copy of this pattern for you and send you a hard copy as well as the PDF.

All images of Eri are courtesy of Eri.

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