Sweater Club 2017—02

Unfortunately, all the spots have been filled. Thank you to everyone who registered!

If any spots open up before December 17th (the final cutoff for refunds), or any kits remain after the trunk show ends February 4th, I will make them available to the wait list. (Last time, many people got in.)

If you're just joining in or need a quick review, all the details about Sweater Club are explained here.

Registered members of Sweater Club will have access to more photos and all the pattern details; but because I believe you should have a good idea what you're getting, the exclusive patterns and featured yarn that will ship with Sweater Club 2017—02 are as follows:

Jesper by Julie Hoover (Sweater Club 2017—02)


A diamond-motif crewneck pullover featuring Woolfolk’s TYND or SNO yarn. Jesper is worked circularly from the bottom hem and sleeve cuffs to underarms, then divided and worked flat. The diamond pattern, which is worked on the front and back, is easy to follow and creates a beautifully soft graphic statement. The pattern includes options for elbow-length and full-length sleeves.

38½ (42¼, 46, 50, 53¾, 57½)" finished bust circumference
Recommended +6-9" ease
6 (7, 8, 8, 9, 10) skeins
Skill level: 3 of 5

Dane by Julie Hoover (Sweater Cub 2017—02)


A super-cozy oversized cardigan featuring Woolfolk’s SNO yarn. Dane is worked from the bottom up in pieces with beautiful details such as lower body shaping (fuller at the back than the front) and a shawl collar that can be worn up or turned back. The reversible fabric allows you to wear the seams exposed, or not. The yarn is held double throughout, cutting the knitting time in half.

44 (48, 52, 55, 59, 63)" finished bust circumference, with approximately 1" front overlap
Recommended +13-17" ease
13 (14, 15, 17, 18, 19) skeins
Skill level: 3 of 5


Woolfolk Yarn - Tynd and Sno



TYND and SNO are fingering weight yarns made from Ultimate Merino®. The fabrics they create are dreamy soft but are also super sturdy. TYND comes in a lovely palette of solid colors. SNO is the two-tone version of TYND and depending on which color you choose, the contrast between the two plys is either subtle, bold, or somewhere in the middle.

Colors of TYND shown are: 01 (cream), 02 (light gray), 09 (pale blue), 03 (medium gray), 16 (bright blue), 05 (dark gray), 19 (medium blush), 12 (burgundy), and 20 (aubergine).
Colors of SNO shown are: 02+09 (light gray/pale blue), 02+18 (light gray/ballet pink), 11+15 (navy/black), 05+17 (gray/mink), 05+15 (gray/black), 01+15 (cream/black), 01+17 (cream/mink), and 01+11 (cream/navy).

100% Ovis XXI Ultimate Merino
223 yards / 204 meters per 50 gram skein

Note: I have edited the colors of Tynd and Sno available to the ones that best suit the designs; substitutions are allowed.


Modeled photos credit: Woolfolk Yarn

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