by Kathleen Cubley March 13, 2019 1 min read

Michelle Hunter is hosting another mystery knit-along! This time, she's tackling cables and finishing skills with the Cable Channel pillow.

Cable Channel Knit-Along

This mystery begins on April 4, when you can download the first clue from Michelle's website. A new clue will be added every Thursday throughout April.

As always, Michelle will be on Ravelry, answering questions and providing support. She's the best!

The KAL is free, and no registration is required.

The Details

You can get your materials and supplies at Alpaca Direct. Here are the specifics:

Materials

YARN: Kenzie by HiKoo, 50% New Zealand merino, 25% nylon, 10% angora, 10% alpaca, 5% silk noils, 4 skeins. Color shown is #1024 Hokitika
NEEDLES: US #6 (4mm) 24” circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge
NOTIONS: 14” pillow form, 7/8” buttons, 

Finished Size

14” square

Gauge

23 sts and 30 rows = 4” in stockinette

The Contest

Skacel, makers of HiKoo yarn, is having a contest. You could win a set of addiClicks or a Skacel bag stuffed full of fabulous goodies! Check out the contest rules, and good luck!

Kathleen Cubley
Kathleen Cubley



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