Haruni Shawl

Finished the Haruni Shawl by Emily Ross. It’s a leafy lace pattern with an “exuberant” border. According to Emily, the word Haruni means “Grandmother” in Quenya, Tolkier’s elven language. This pattern is free from Ravelry.

It is an absolute joy to knit and I finished it in just one week using the recycled cashmere/wool yarn from the same Rock and Republic sweater that was also used to knit the Juneberry shawl. I was unnecessary worried about the crochet bind off because I know next to nothing about crochet, but it was just chain stitches and the crochet border complements the lacy shawl perfectly.

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