Flor Sweater Kit | Chaicrafts Collab Preorder

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This listing is a PREORDER. Kits will be shipped within 3-4 weeks of order date. Read below for information on the kits and yarn bases. EU and international customers, please note that your package may be subject to VAT and/or customs fees upon arrival. Please contact me if shipping is not available/listed for your area and I will add it. The pattern is not included with the kit, and will be released on September 5th; for more information, check out ChaiCrafts! If you have any questions regarding the design, contact Sanne here.

I am so excited to be collaborating with Sanne/ChaiCrafts on this beautiful sweater project. Preorder your kit before the Flor KAL begins on September 5th! Flor kits are available in 4 soft tones, including one of my favorite shop staples - Murky Waters. The sample shows the Wisteria kit. I hope you love the colorways, and if you have any questions about the yarn or kits, just let me know!

Kits contain:

Sizes are noted as 1 (2, 3, 4) [5, 6, 7] (8, 9, 10), and the design schematic is included in the listing photos for your reference!

  • 3 (3, 3, 4) [4, 4, 5] (5, 5, 5) skeins each of Flock and Cumulus; 6 (6, 6, 8) [8, 8, 10] (10, 10, 10) TOTAL skeins

Yarn Bases

Flock - 4-ply fingering weight, 100% Non-Superwash Peruvian Highland Wool, 459 yds/420 m per 100-gram skein

Cumulus - Single-ply lace weight, 72% Kid Mohair/28% Mulberry Silk (Non-Superwash), 459 yds/420 m per 50-gram skein

 

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Please Note: Our yarn is hand-dyed in very small batches, so each skein (while using the same dye recipe, and even within the same dye bath) will be slightly unique due to the nature of the dyeing process. It is always recommended to alternate skeins for projects requiring more than 1 skein of a specific colorway. In addition, colors may vary from screen-to-screen and in person, but we do our best to accurately display each colorway. We are a smoke-free, pet-friendly home.

A slight amount of bleeding in the first washes is normal, especially for vibrant and very saturated or speckled colorways on Non-Superwash bases. All of our colorways are left to set for several hours or overnight until the dye has exhausted, then rinsed and washed in unscented wool wash. If there is excessive bleeding, please contact us immediately so we can address and rectify the situation.