$ 156.00

Lotta Löthgren, owner of Elk market in Sweden, is one of our newest stockists. Not only is she a pleasure to work with, but she is also a talented knit designer! We loved her first pattern featuring Spincycle, the Geometer cowl, and now she has made a sweater inspired by the same motif.

The Geometer sweater is a circular yoke sweater with sweet details like overall
colourwork and corrugated hems and cuffs. It’s worked seamlessly from the top
down and the geometric pattern across the yoke is an evolution of the pattern on
the Geometer cowl. Just as the cowl, the Geometer sweater uses Spincycle Dyed in
the Wool as contrast for a gorgeous colour-shifting effect.


Here you will find our take on the Geometer sweater. Lotta used her own Elk market hand-dyed yarn for her MC, and we subbed in one of our favorite standbys, Wilder.

This bundle includes the full yardage you will need to knit the Geometer Sweater. Please double check your size before checking out!


SIZES 1 (2, 3, 4, 5) (6, 7, 8, 9)

Chest: 35.5 (39.75, 43, 46.25, 50.5) (54.75, 59, 63.5, 70)” /  90 (101, 109, 117.5, 128) (139, 150, 161, 177.5) cm


MC: 4 (5, 6, 6, 7) (7, 8, 8, 9) skeins in Light Grey Wilder

CC: 2 (2, 3, 3, 3) (3, 4, 4, 4) skeins in Bruised Ego Dyed in the Wool


The pattern is sold separately and can be found on Ravelry on June 22


WILDER • sport weight • 100% non-superwash American Rambouillet wool • 200 yards per skein • hand wash cold, lay flat to dry • MADE IN THE USA FROM SHEEP TO SKEIN

DYED IN THE WOOL • sport weight • 100% superwash American wool • 200 yards per skein • hand wash cold, lay flat to dry • GROWN IN THE USA • DYED & SPUN IN WASHINGTON 

You will receive skeins from this colorway, but not the exact skeins pictured. • Due to our “dyed in the wool” process, each skein we produce is unique, even within a dyelot.  

For high contrast colorwork, we recommend steam blocking to avoid color transfer. • Some dyes are notoriously difficult to set, and may exhaust some color even after our final wash. • Please keep this in mind if you are combining any hand dyed yarn with a light color in the same project. • If you plan to combine a hand dyed yarn, especially a very saturated colorway, with a lighter yarn, we suggest you test your darker skeins for possible color transfer by soaking them first. • To wash your knitwear, a quick cold water dip with a no-rinse wool wash is recommended.