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Oct 29 / Karen

January KAL

Coming in January
A new KAL from Knit Purl Hunter!

Start the New Year with Michelle’s January Mystery KAL project, Ambiguous. Expand your knitting skills with a stunning two-color cowl using a yarn new to the KAL series — Sueño by HiKoo. The stranded cowl (aka Fair Isle knitting) will feature lessons on hand positioning, yarn dominance, managing floats, and a surprising take on an old favorite. The cowl is available in two sizes to suit your style.

AVAILABLE NOW AT KNITTING TEMPTATIONS!

This Peruvian yarn is a blend of soft superwash merino and bamboo; made with strength and wearability in mind. The perfect amount of spring makes knitting with it a pleasure, and allows for a variety of suitable gauges. Available in a wide range of lustrous solids, this washable yarn is perfect for hard-wearing garments that will last a lifetime.
  • 80% Superwash Merino Wool, 20% Viscose from Bamboo
  • 255 yards per 100 gram hank
  • US 3-7 (3.25-4.5) needles
  • Approx. 5-6 sts per inch

SIZES

Small (Large)
8” tall, approx. 22 (40)” around after blocking

MATERIALS

Sueno by HiKoo

  • 1 (2) skeins Background Color
  • 1 (2) skeins Main Color

Needles

  • Two #5 (3.75mm) 16 (24)” circular needles. Second needle is used to graft stitches in finishing.

Notions

  • Size F crochet hook for provisional cast on
  • 10 yards smooth, contrasting color waste yarn
  • Tapestry needle
  • Markers

GAUGE

Approx. 26 sts and 32 rounds = 4” in stockinette worked in the round.
Gauge is crucial to yardage so please take the time to swatch.

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