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Join Michelle Hunter's Next Knit Along This October
Featuring Fingering-Weight Gradient Yarn ... Zauberball
This fall, Michelle Hunter a.k.a. Knit Purl Hunter brings you a fun new mystery knit along featuring Schoppel Zauberball (rhymes a bit with Powerball) and Zauberball Crazy. As always, we're delighted to help you find all the information you'll need to knit the project and participate in the knit along.
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Mystery Socks
by Michelle Hunter
Pattern FREE posted progressively during the event
Michelle's knit alongs (or KALs) are mystery knit alongs (or MKALs). That means that there are no preliminary photos and only a general of descriptions of the finished project. This go-round, Michelle will be guiding knitters through toe-up sock using The Magic Loop Technique .
One draw for knitters is in seeing what Michelle's great tutorials and instructions are guiding you toward. Those tutorials are worth far more than the price of admission—which is, of course, nada. Zip. Zero.
While the instructions are written for The Magic Loop Technique , there's no reason you couldn't use two circulars or double pointed needles if you prefer.
Michelle's KALs are sponsored by Skacel Collection, distributor of Schoppel Yarns.
Segment Date
First October 6, 2016
Second October 13, 2016
Third October 20, 2016
Fourth October 27, 2016
The pattern will be released in four weekly installments, so each Thursday the next part of the pattern is revealed. Thus the mystery! This KAL will start on Thursday, October 6th and continue the 13th, 20th, and 27th.
The pattern and videos will be available at where you can post questions as well. You can also connect via the Knit Purl Hunter Ravelry group. Questions are typically answered daily. The video lessons along with the forums let knitters of all skill levels participate and get whatever help they need. It's like having a knitting tutor 24/7!
32″ or longer Size US 1–2 [2.25mm–2.75mm] circular needles
or size needed to obtain gauge
Skill Level Intermediate
The Yarn
2260 Apparition Zauberball
2134 Blue Eyes Zauberball
2083 Cafe Flair Zauberball
2082 Charisma Zauberball
1993 Chocolate Cream Zauberball
2135 Coconut Zauberball
1963 Cranberry Blend Zauberball
2244 Enchanted Forest Zauberball
1874 Fall in Vermont Zauberball
2079 Floral Language Zauberball
2263 Monochrome Zauberball
2203 Oktoberfest Zauberball
1872 Plum Sauce Zauberball
2259 Rare Earth Zauberball
1536 Royalty Zauberball
1535 Stone Washed Zauberball
1508 Stormy Skies Zauberball
1564 Tropical Fish Zauberball
This toothy wool single-ply yarn has the added durability of 25% Nylon and amazing gradients of color that will keep you knitting just to see what comes next.
Fiber Content 75% Superwash Wool, 25% Nylon
Yardage / Weight 459 yds in 100g
Gauge 30 sts over 4″ on US 0–2 [2.00–3.00mm]
Care Instructions Machine Wash, Gentle, Cold. Dry Flat.
1511 Submarine Boat
Zauberball Crazy
1535 Stone Washed Zauberball Crazy
1537 Autumn Sun Zauberball Crazy
1660 Earth Zauberball Crazy
1701 Parrot Zauberball Crazy
1702 Rich Jewels Zauberball Crazy
2082 Charisma Zauberball Crazy
2092 My Sweet Side Zauberball Crazy
2099 Blue Break Zauberball Crazy
2100 Domino Zauberball Crazy
2136 Spring Has Come!
Zauberball Crazy
2204 Green Week Zauberball Crazy
2231 Colorful Metal Zauberball Crazy
2248 Cinnamon Bun
Zauberball Crazy
2266 Milestone Zauberball Crazy
Take Zauberball and spin it at half the weight, then ply it back onto itself letting the gradients in each ply run as they may, and you have Zauberball Crazy. It feels a bit more crisp in the ball just because it's plied where Zauberball isn't, but it's also at least a little more durable because of that plying. Both yarns are fun to knit with and great-looking in finished socks … as well as scarves, shawls, hats, and bigger projects.
Fiber Content 75% Superwash Wool, 25% Nylon
Yardage / Weight 459 yds in 100g
Gauge 30 sts over 4″ on US 0–2 [2.00–3.00mm]
Care Instructions Machine Wash, Gentle, Cold. Dry Flat.
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