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Super Chunky Knit Stripe Sweater Pattern

Super Chunky Knit Stripe Sweater Pattern

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Every piece at Hope Macaulay is handmade by our small team of knitters around Northern Ireland, but now you can also join our knitting team and knit yourself your very own special Hope Macaulay Super Chunky Knit Stripe Sweater! Our Super Chunky Stripe Sweater pattern is perfectly suited for beginners or experienced knitters. 

This pattern is knitted with two strands of our chunky wool yarn for double the thickness!

What's included:

- Digital knitting pattern for the Super Chunky Stripe SweaterYou will receive an email with the download link to your digital purchase. Language: English.

What you will need: 

- We recommend 16-20 100g skeins from our Chunky Wool collection depending on size (16 for S, 17 for M, 20 for L)

- 1 pair of 12mm (US17) knitting needles

- 1 pair of 15mm (circular needles are advisable due to number of stitches) knitting needles 

- 1 darning needle

- Pins

- Tape measure

- Scissors

If you would like to buy the pattern and wool in your chosen colours together as a kit, please click here!

About the wool

Made with high quality 100% merino wool, a natural, renewable, biodegradable fibre, the yarn has been loosely spun to give a buttery soft, luxurious feel. Grown in Uruguay and manufactured in the UK, this yarn is responsibly and ethically sourced from non-mulesed flocks. This yarn is also RWS certified and OEKO TEX 100 certified. Each 100g skein is approximately 65m length. Hand wash only. Do not iron or tumble dry.

* Please follow the colour choice image for the most true representation of our wool colours available. 

Sizes

Size

S M L
Chest - in 32 - 34 in 34 - 36 in 36 - 38 in
Chest - cm 81 - 86 cm 86 - 91 cm 91 - 97 in
UK/AUS 6 - 8 10 - 12 14 - 16
US 2 - 4 6 - 8 10 - 12
EU 34 - 36 38 - 40 42 - 44

   

*Please note, we do not accept returns or refunds on the digital pattern. 

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