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Casapinka MKAL- Sharon's Road Trip!



How does a Mystery Knit Along work? 

We will meet every Friday for 6 weeks, and each Friday, a new part of the pattern (or clue) will be released for us to work on that week. We don't know what we're making yet, but Casapinka MKALs are often shawls or ponchos, sometimes cowls. When you buy the pattern, you will receive a schematic to play with colors and see how they will look together. 

Casapinka's Mystery Knit Alongs are well known for their fun and interesting stitch patterns, beautiful color combinations, and lots and lots of snark. You will need 4 skeins of fingering weight yarn in coordinating colors for this project! 

A Knit Along is not a class per se. No instruction will be given, although Rachel will be on-hand to answer questions and bail you out if you get into a bind!




From the Casapinka Ravelry page


"This year, we have some major fun in store for you guys! Sharon won a 2011 Toyota minivan in a back room poker game (we don’t ask and you shouldn’t, either.) She is working “very hard” to make it into a camper so she can experience Van Life on her road trip (and also pull her tiny camper which she hopes to fill with perps.) We will be sharing updates on the build as the month goes on as well as where she’s going on her Road Trip.

When you purchase the pattern before July 12, you will get a SCHEMATIC ONLY so you can play with your color ideas. It’s representative and not literal. You can color in your ABCD colors on the right of the schematic, and add them as you like, wherever you like. It is supposed to give you a general sense of how they look together. Please remember that this is a MYSTERY knit-a-long and we aren’t going to be telling you too much. (Sharon here, if you pay me nuff I’ll tell you everything!)

Yarn Amounts
Exact amounts have not been determined yet but the max is 400 yards per color.

We are size inclusive and there will be options to make it larger somewhere in the pattern. As we’ve said before: “Trust the Cat” and most people have found that to be a good rule of thumb.

Four colors of yarn were used, with one of them a contrast color. Don’t make the other colors “too” blendy, as you don’t want them to fade into each other. On the other hand, a gradient will work, just ensure you can see the difference in the shades. Variegated can work but realize that if it blends into one of the other colors you’re using, you may want to switch it around for certain sections but it is probably best as Color B. Sharon’s set is at the top left.


As a reminder, before registering for this class, please review our class policies HERE


Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: This is not a class per se, it is a Knit Along; Rachel will be on-hand to answer questions and bail you out if you get stuck!
Materials Included: Materials sold separately and must be purchased from Lambshoppe
Instructor: Rachel
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Free with the purchase of the necessary yarn at Lambshoppe

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