MELANCHOLIA SWEATER BUNDLE No.2
$ 260.00 $ 0.00
Hi there, knitter friends! When one of our favorite designers, Zanete Hussein, asked us send her some of our newest yarn, Trine, along with a complimentary color of Dream State, we knew something gorgeous would be on her needles soon! The result, Melancholia Sweater, is an absolute stunner.
And just for fun, we put together some alternative color combinations for y'all!
For your one-click convenience, this listing is for all of the skeins you'll need to knit the Melancholia Sweater in the alt colors Trine 7° and Dream State in Valley Girl.
Please double check the size you'll need and make sure to select the correct bundle in the drop down menu.
Sizes: 1 (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)
Finished bust circumference:
36.5 (41, 44.5, 48, 53.5, 57, 61.25, 65)”
91 (102, 111, 120, 133.5, 142, 153.5, 162) cm
Recommended ease is positive 4-9.25" / 10-23.5 cm
MC: Trine (100% fine wool) 150 yards per skein; 6 (6, 7, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10) skeins in 7°
CC: Dream State (100% American wool) 150 yards per skein; 2 (3, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4) skeins in Valley Girl
The pattern is sold separately and can be found on Ravelry. It will be available December 15 from Zanete Knits
TRINE • worsted weight • 100% fine wool • non-superwash • 150 yards per skein • hand wash cold, lay flat to dry • MADE IN THE USA
DREAM STATE • worsted weight • 100% superwash American wool • 150 yards per skein • hand wash cold, lay flat to dry • MADE IN THE USA FROM SHEEP TO SKEIN
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.