This product is knitting kit containing coordinated fading colours of our yarn BELLE.
It is suitable to knit the Spector Sweater by Joji Locatelli or any other garment pattern that requires fingering weight yarn .
Pattern is NOT included. You can purchase it directly from the designer here: Spector Sweater by Joji Locatelli
This is not a finished knit garment!
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The colours are part of the Masterpiece collection and they may vary from batch to batch.
About the yarn:
Enough yarn for Sizes XS, S and M – 4 skeins (1 skein of each colour) for a total of approx. 1540 yds. (1416 m)
Content: 80% Merino Superwash Wool / 20% Nylon
Length/Weight: 354 m ( 387 yds) /100 g (3.53 oz.)
Gauge: 26-32 sts = 4″ (10 cm) on US 1-4/2.5-3.5 mm
Knitting Weight: Fingering (Sock)
This kit is made of 4 colours.
Bellow is the size-yardage requirements information given by the designer Joji Locatelli on her Ravelry page:
XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL).
Bust circumference: 32 (34, 38¾, 42¾, 46¾, 50¾, 54¾, 57½, 63¼) inches; 80 (85, 97, 107, 117, 127, 137, 144, 158) cm.
Upper sleeve circumference: 11½ (12, 13¼, 14, 14½, 15¼, 17, 17½, 18 ½) inches; 28.5 (30, 33, 35, 36.5, 38, 42.5, 44, 46) cm.
The total required yardage combined of all the colors is approx. 1230 (1350, 1500, 1620, 1780, 1890, 2060, 2200, 2350) yards 1125 (1235, 1370, 1480, 1625, 1730, 1880, 2010, 2150) meters.
Note: The yardage requirement might be different according to the knitters’ tension and also, depending on how you change colors. If you don’t want to have so much left overs (for the bigger sizes), instead of having duplicate skeins of each color you could add more colors to the mix
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Artfil yarns are hand-dyed in Quebec, Canada, using low-impact commercial dyes. The wool is superwash treated, therefore machine washable. However, we strongly recommend washing your hand-knit projects by hand in cold water. Lay flat to dry. Some color bleeding may occur at first wash, due to an excess dye still caught in the fleece.