Dripping Honey yarn kits

Dripping Honey yarn kits

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YARN KITS FOR DRIPPING HONEY SWEATER BY HANNA JOHANNA IN A NEW NON SUPERWASH YARN

100% PERUVIAN HIGHLAND WOOL

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100 gr - 300 mt / Sport yarn

KITS ARE DYED TO ORDER, in case you can’t find enough skeins in yarn listing, or if your favourite color is sold out.

I’ll get in touch with you asking for your choosen color, please allow a max of 3-4 weeks (probably sooner) to dye yarn.

From Ravelry pattern page:

An elegant boxy sweater with braided cables dripping down from the shoulders.

Sizes 
XXS-XS-S (M1-M2-L1-L2) XL-2XL-3XL-5XL

3-4-4 (4-4-5-5) 5-6-7-7 skeins.

This sweater is meant to worn with positive ease. Choose a size with approx. 6’’ / 15 cm positive ease at bust circumference.

Finished measurements 
Bust (and waist) circumference: 36.75-39-41 (43.25-44.75-47-49) 52.75-57.75-63-68’’ / 92-97.5-102.5 (108-112-117.5-122.5) 132-144.5-157.5-170 cm

Body length from underarm: 12.5-12.5-12.5 (12.5-12.5-12.5-12.5) 14.5-14.5-14.5-14.5’’ / 32-32-32 (32-32-32-32) 37-37-37-37 cm

Upper arm circumference: 11.75-12-13 (13.5-14.25-14.5-15.25) 16-17.5-19.75-21.5’’ / 29-30-32.5 (33.5-35.5-36.5-38) 40-43.5-49-53.5 cm

Sleeve length: 12.5-12.5-12.5 (13-13-13.25-13.25) 13.25-13.25-13.25-13.25’’ / 32-32-32 (33-33-34-34) 34-34-34-34 cm

Neckline depth: 6’’ / 15 cm

Yarn 
SnailYarn Merino Sport(100% SW merino, 300 m/100 g), or other sport weight yarn. Shown in color Honey.

3-4-4 (4-4-5-5) 5-6-7-7 skeins.

Yardage 
962-1020-1098 (1169-1238-1311-1386) 1607-1802-2043-2265 yrds / 881-934-1006 (1070-1133-1201-1269) 1472-1650-1870-2073 m

Needles 
US 4 (3.5mm) and US 5 (3.75 mm) - 32’’/80 cm long circular needles, and dpns in the bigger size if you prefer to work the sleeves with them. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the right gauge.

Gauge 
22 sts x 34 rows = 4x4’’ / 10x10 cm in stockinette stitch, worked in the round on the bigger needles (after blocking).

Other 
4 stitch markers, scrap yarn, E-4 (3.5 mm) crochet hook, tapestry needle.

For more information, see:http://whereweonceknitted.blogspot.com/2019/08/dripp...