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Navelli Kit no.9

£72.00

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A set of 4 skeins of Comfy Merino for a Navelli by Caitlin Hunter pullover.

The kit includes:

  • the yarn in colors: MC - Silver Lining, CC1 - Pumpkin Pie, CC2 - Poltergeist 
    Weight - Fingering - 100 grams
    Fibre - 100% Superwash merino 
    Length - 400 meters / 437 yards
  • Martin's Lab printed cotton project bag,
  • sachet of Soak no rinse wool wash.

THE KIT DOES NOT INCLUDE THE PATTERN!

The pattern can be bought on Ravelry click here.

From Ravelry pattern page:

Navelli is a relaxed lightweight summer sweater, knit in the round from the bottom up and featuring colorwork at the body hem and folded sleeves with a tiny peek of contrast color for visual and structural interest. The front and back are separated at the armholes and worked flat with short row shaping at the shoulders. Named for an ancient town in Italy, known as the land of crocuses and saffron, this sweater is the third in my “Knitaly” series of designs (following Tegna and Marettimo).

This sweater is designed to fit with 4-15” of positive ease, depending on your preferred fit. Sample shown on is a size 4 with 13” of positive ease at the bust and 2” of positive ease at the sleeve. Please see the schematic for full fit information.

MATERIALS 
Yarn: 
100% superwash Merino 400 yards 366 m/100 grams 
Yarn Required (note that this is an estimate and can vary if you modify the pattern, gauge or yarn type used): 
Yards: 
MC: 504 (550, 592, 672, 715) 760, 804, 847, 894 {933, 975, 1015} 
CC1: 221 (241, 260, 295, 314) 334, 354, 372, 393 {410, 427, 445} 
CC2: 108 (117.5, 127, 144, 153) 163, 172, 182, 192 {200, 209, 218} 
Meters** 
MC: 461 (503, 542, 615, 654) 695, 736, 775, 817 {854, 892, 929} 
CC1: 202 (221, 238, 270, 288) 306, 324, 341, 365 {375, 391, 407} 
CC2: 99 (108, 117, 132, 140) 150, 158, 167, 176 {183, 182, 200}* 
Needles: 
Note! Needle size is suggested only, you will need to swatch to determine the needle size needed to achieve gauge. Some knitters may need to use a larger needle to maintain an even gauge over color work and plain stockinette, so make sure to swatch both! 
Main: US 3/3.25 mm 
Ribbing: US 2/2.75 mm 
Other Notions: 
Stitch markers, stitch holders (or scrap yarn), tapestry needle 
Gauge: 
24 sts and 30 rows/rounds over 4” 10 cm after blocking 
with larger needles in stockinette and colorwork pattern.

Sizes: 
Measurements given are for the finished garment. To pick the correct size you should measure yourself at the widest point of your bust and select the size that has between 4-15”10-38 cm of positive ease, depending on the fit your prefer. For reference the sample in the photo is a size 4 worn with 13” 33 cm of positive ease. It is also important to check the sleeve circumference to ensure the size you select has at least 1” 2.5 cm of positive ease. Pictured sample has 2” 5 cm of positive ease at the sleeve. 
1(2,3,4,5)6,7,8,9{10,11,12} 
Finished Bust circumference: 
36 (39, 42, 48, 51) 54, 57, 60, 63 {66, 69, 72} 
91.5 (99, 106.5, 122, 129.5) 137, 145, 152.5, 160 {167.5, 175.5, 183] cm 
Sleeve circumference at upper arm: 
10 (11.75, 12.5, 13, 14) 15.5, 17.5, 19, 21{21, 21.5, 22}” 25.5 (30, 32, 33, 35.5) 39.5, 44.5, 48.5, 53.5 {53.5, 54.5, 56} cm

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We recommend reading about yarn care before washing and working with the yarn. Although every effort is made to exhaust the dye bath of color you may find a little color bleed on the first washes.

*** I try to depict the true color of yarn but please remember each monitor will be different. If you have any questions regarding the color, feel free to drop me an email.