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Richmond Hill Sweater KAL

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  • Join us for a Richmond Hill Sweater KAL (Knit-Along)!

    The Live KAL has finished, but you can still join to complete this KAL in your own time!

    We are so in love with this pattern by Mary Pranica!! Everyone needs a Richmond Hill!

    in honour of our shop here on Richmond Hill, this raglan pullover moves the colour work to the sleeves for a new twist on an old classic! Using seven of our favourite Woolstok Light colours, this intermediate piece is designed for that perfect fit in this STUNNING new yarn by Blue Sky Fibers.

    No risk of being stranded on boring sleeve island with this beauty!

    How to join the KAL:

    Check out our custom kits in other colourways HERE, and order whichever you love the most 


    Create your own set of 7 colours from Woolstok Light, and let us know that it's for the Richmond Hill KAL in the notes with your order.

    You'll be sent all the recordings and emails from the KAL, including all the tips and links.

    Why join this KAL:

    By purchasing a Sweater Kit (which includes yarn and pattern), you'll get automatic access to all this good stuff:

    Since we have already made this pattern, we can guide you though with some tips on topics like:

    - the best cast on / bind off methods
    - adding waist shaping (no waist shaping in pattern)
    - yarn dominance for colourwork, or slip stitch alternative
    - swatching and blocking
    Informal and friendly, to guide you through the steps. (Sessions were recorded so you will be emailed private links when you join)
    Ravelry Group A private Ravelry group just for us where we can share our progress, tips and check out each other's colours!

    You will also need the following:

    3.25mm (US 3) double pointed needles or Chiaogoo Shorties or 32" circulars if you want to Magic Loop (or size needed to obtain gauge) [for sleeve ribbing]

    3.25mm (US 3) 16" circular needle or 32" if you want to Magic Loop (or size needed to obtain gauge) [for neck ribbing]

    3.5mm (US 4) 32" circular needle [for body ribbing]

    3.75mm (US 5) 12" or 16" circular needle or Chicago Shorties or 32" circulars if you want to Magic Loop (or size needed to obtain gauge) [for sleeve]

     3.75mm (US 5) 24" circular needle (or size needed to obtain gauge) [for body]

    Tapestry needle

    Stitch holders

    Stitch markers

    Suitable for intermediate level knitters - there is some stranded colourwork on the sleeves, but this might be a great time to try it if you haven't done stranded / fair isle before!

    Tribe KALs are all about community, yarns friendships, support and laughs. We keep doing them because they are so much fun! Try to keep your Friday evenings free during the KAL so you can get the most out of the KAL. Whilst there is a good amount of technique discussed during the sessions, the idea is more of a "knit-along" as opposed to workshops. It's more of a social thing😁!

    Everyone is welcome, but bear in mind that this pattern is classed as Intermediate for Skill Level. So you should be comfortable with knitting and purling, and ready for some stranded colourwork and knitting in the round.

    As always, please feel free to book a Virtual Shopping Session if you'd like to create a bespoke kit!

  • You'll find all the info on Woolstok Light here.

  • Zoom Dates for your Diary:

    Fri 1st Oct, 8pm BST

    Fri 8th Oct, 8pm BST
    Fri 15th Oct, 8pm, BST

    Zoom and KAL Rules:

    Please do not share Zoom details with anyone, including recordings. All attendees on Zoom are required to have their camera (don't worry - no one will judge you for messy hair, messy bedroom etc 😁). Upon joining, Zoom attendees give permission for the sessions to be recorded and shared amongst KAL participants only. 

    This KAL (and therefore Zoom and Rav group) are only for Tribe customers who purchase their yarn from Tribe.

    I (Milli) will be available for KAL help during Zoom sessions and via the Ravelry group only. I'm afraid I can't address individual help via emails or phone.

    Be kind and courteous.

    No hate speech or bullying.

    No promotions or spam. Please do not use the group to promote products from other shops.

    Respect everyone's privacy.

    Have fun! That's the most important rule.