Carlsbad, Hills in Jamul, and Torrey Pines Kit



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Carlsbad, Hills in Jamul, and Torrey Pines Kit
This set of plush accessories is the perfect combination of sweet and adventurous. The interesting trail of cables and insulating motif will keep you warm and cozy while looking smart and put together. The fluffy set of accessories look smart on men and women alike. 

This kit is available in 2, 3 or 4 skein kits. 

Kent Worsted Specs
Fiber Content: 60% Merino wool, 40% Romney
Yardage: 220 yards
Weight: 4 oz 
Gauge: 3.75 - 4.5 sts/inch
Needle: US 8 -10 (5.0 - 6.0 mm)

This cozy cowl in two sizes (petite/tall), knit from squishy worsted weight wool is the answer for toughing out that bitter morning commute in style. Worked in reverse stockinette with short row shaping and accented by extravagant cabled panels, the piece falls into natural curves and folds to trap warmth near the neck and head. The deeper sections can even be pulled up to perform “hood” duty while scraping the car or waiting for the bus.
Yarn Requirement: 170(340) yards 

In the coldest of seasons, a warm hat in a dense, impenetrable fabric is a good defense against the weather. This one is a great example, knit with squishy worsted weight wool in three sizes (S/M/L) for children, teens, and adults. An intricate cabled panel adds attractive texture and maximizes its wind resistance, while soft volume up top helps keep warmth inside where it belongs.
Yarn requirements: 130(160, 190) yards

In the coldest of seasons, a sturdy pair of mittens in a dense, impenetrable fabric will keep hands much warmer than gloves. Add a heavily cabled panel along the top to maximize their wind resistance and you won’t want to leave home without them. This pair are knit with squishy worsted weight wool in six sizes (XXS/XS/S/M/L/XL) for children, teens, and adults. 
Yarn Requirement: 135(150)[160, 175, 190, 210] yards


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