Sweater Club 2018—01

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

If any spots open up before July 2nd (the final cutoff for refunds), or any kits remain after the trunk show ends August 5th, I will make them available to the wait list. (Last time, several people got in.)

Quick Note: If you're just learning about Sweater Club or need a review, jump over here for more information.

Registered members of Sweater Club will have access to more photos and all the pattern details; but because I promised you will know what you're getting, the exclusive patterns and featured yarn that will ship with Sweater Club 2018—01 are as follows:

Ronin by Julie Hoover (Sweater Club 2018—01)


Nothing says summer more than a breezy shawl collar cardigan with a few wow-factor stripes. Ronin is worked in pieces from the bottom up in minimal stockinette fabric with beautiful shaping details. The main fabric is Fern held single, but the stripes are worked with Fern and Silk Cloud held double for a subtle change in texture and little extra luxury.

43 (47, 51¼, 55¼, 59¾, 64)" finished bust circumference
Recommended +11-15" ease
5 (5, 6, 7, 8, 8) skeins Shibui Fern for Main Color
2 (3, 3, 3, 3, 3) skeins Shibui Fern for Stripes
2 skeins Shibui Silk Cloud for Stripes
Skill level: 3 of 5

Solis by Julie Hoover (Sweater Club 2018—01)


A simple boxy pullover with a few thoughtful details, Solis is the summer sweater you will reach for time after time. The pattern is written for Fern held single or Fern and Silk Cloud held double (shown above), depending on the fabric you wish you create. The front and back pieces are worked from the bottom up, and the sleeves are picked up across the armholes so you can easily adjust the length to suit your personal taste.  

41¼ (45¼, 49¼, 53¼, 57¼, 61¼)" finished bust circumference
Recommended +8-12" ease
6 (6, 7, 8, 9, 10) skeins Shibui Fern
4 (5, 5, 6, 6, 7) skeins Shibui Silk Cloud (optional)
Skill level: 3 of 5



Shibui Knits creates some of my favorite yarns to work with. Their newest yarn, Fern, is a fantastic cotton yarn that is brushed to luxurious perfection. Knit alone or paired with Silk Cloud, both fabrics offer the wearer a very special garment that will drape gorgeously. Colors shown: Bone, Ash, Caffeine, Shore, Graphite, and Tar.

Shibui Fern
100% Organic Cotton
232 yards / 212 meters per 50 g skein

Shibui Silk Cloud
60% Kid Mohair, 40% Silk
330 yards / 300 meters per 50 g skein

Hadley Sewing Project (Julie Hoover Sweater Club 2018—01)


Just for fun, you can add some amazing light-weight linen fabric and a sewing pattern to your kit.

Many months ago, I was visiting Chicago and met up with Jen Beeman (Grainline Studio). We've both been serious fans of one another's work for years, so it seemed totally right to make and style one of her lovely tops with the Ronin cardigan (shown above). During that trip we hatched the plan to include the fabric and The Hadley top pattern as a fun (and totally optional) add-on to this Sweater Club.

Note: The fabric is 100% handkerchief linen. Colors shown: Natural, Blush, Charcoal, and Curry.