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The entire collar and sleeves of the Fennir shirt are covered with charming Icelandic horse footprints imprinted in the snow. More snow is falling at the top of the ridge. Fennir means snow. Thanks to the thick thread and the embroidery that covers the entire shirt, Fennir is a really warm and wonderful winter accessory.
Like most Icelandic knits, the sleeves are knitted first, then the men's hem, and finally these are joined with a needle to form a finished shirt. Since the entire shirt is knitted, there is no need to worry that the handwriting will change between the men's and the rib. However, remember to leave enough loose yarn runs on the back side so that the knit does not become tight. You can easily succeed with this instruction!


Plötulopi 100g/300m double and 80 cm circular needles 7 mm or according to the pattern. More detailed materials can be found in the attached pictures.

Note the density of the instructions is 13 s / 10 cm, ensure the handwriting by knitting closed stockinette stitch. Note Be careful with the knitting density, because the difference of even a couple of stitches affects not only the width of the work but also e.g. to the height of the arch!

Verbal instructions, patterns shown as a diagram.

Delivery of instructions

Choose a print to be mailed or a PDF to download from the instructions

When ordering only electronic instructions, you can download and save the PDF file immediately after payment. In addition, you will receive an instruction download link by email.

The print instruction to be sent also includes a PDF, its download link will be delivered with a delay only when the order is processed in Johannavau's online store. Tip ! You can order as many instructions as you want with one shipping cost!

If there are later updates to the manual you ordered, you will automatically receive a new PDF download link by email.

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