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More About: Jana Huck
  • Pattern Brand Janukke
  • Pattern Designer Jana Huck
  • Style Shawl
  • Category Unisex
  • Size Adult (one size)
  • Size and Yarn Suggestions


    Yarn A, dk weight: Malabrigo Rastita; 100% merino wool; 285 m (310 yd)/100 g; Volcan (227); yardage: 1 skein 

    Yarn B, lace weight: Ito Kinu; 100% silk; 425 m (464 yd)/50 g; unique colour; yardage: 1 skein

    NOTE:  If you’d like to use our yarns we suggest:

    Yarn A:  Rosy Green Wool, Cheeky Merino Joy; 100% organic merino (350 yds/100g) 1 skein

    Yarn B:  Habu Textiles A1/N85; 100% Tsumugi Silk (450 yds/50g) 1 cone


  • Weight DK (5.5 st/in)
  • Gauge 21 stitches and 41 rows = 10 cm (4 in) In stocking st (= knit on right side, purl on wrong side) 4 mm/US#6 needle Randomly changing yarns every 2 or 4 rows
  • Needles 4 mm/US#6 circular needle, 80 cm (32 in) or longer
  • Skill Level Intermediate

Product Description

Stripes and dots, silk and merino, lace and dk weights – Hoku cheerfully combines contrasting elements into a stunning shawl. It’s perfect for using up those odd skeins in your stash. The beginner-friendly design looks more complicated than it is, and uses a simple blister stitch to produce the dots. Combining contrasting yarns, such as the soft and squishy Malabrigo Rastita with shimmering silk Ito Kinu, creates the most powerful visual effect. Pattern contains a schematic and photo tutorial for the blister stitch of the dots.

About the artisan

Jana Huck

​Knitting for me is all about experimenting, trying new things, rediscovering old stuff and mixing everything together to create something completely new and unique. You never run out of ideas or possiblities once you have started thinking about yarn and needles like that.

I also like a challenge when I knit. I enjoy immensely to have an idea and to think: Yes, this would be nice but it´s impossible to do. - Then I find a way to do it.

It is just amazing to me that I can write down my ideas at home, upload them here on Ravelry and so instantly share them with other knitters all around the world.


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