MKAL kits and patterns will be available for purchase on May 9, 2021.
Starts on Wednesday June 9, 2021.
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What is a Mystery KAL?
A Mystery KAL is a knitting adventure where you get to knit something fun and engaging, but won’t know til the end exactly what your project looks like!
A brand new, exclusive design is broken down into parts which are released as clues—you follow along each week, knitting a new section. Our MKAL features an unreleased shawl pattern that can be knit in two sizes! (No buzz on what it will look like though . . .)
How our Mystery KAL will work!
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KAL Zoom Meetings will take place on Wednesdays @ 6 PM ET (Clues will be released Tuesdays)
MKAL Ends on Wednesday July 21, 2021
Spoiler Alert: There will also be a limited edition Mystery KAL tote bag that will be available in July!
MKAL Clue Schedule
Clue Schedule: Each week a new pattern section will wing its way to you via email and through Zoom. The Mystery Knit Along reveal party will take place near the end of July. By the end of the knit along, you’ll have a brand new cuddly shawl, just in time for chilly fall weather!
Before receiving your first clue you will get information on yarn, needles, gauge and cast on!
June 8: Clue 1
June 15: Clue 2
June 22: Clue 3
June 29: Clue 4
July 6: Holiday — Catch Up Week
July 13: Clue 5
July 20: Project Reveals!
Give Back to the Bees
Did you know that honeybees are responsible for pollinating more than 80% of our cultivated crops? Our ability to feed the world relies heavily on this tiny workforce, but they are experiencing challenging times. We’d like to do our part to help by donating a portion of each MKAL purchase to the Spikenard Farm Bee Sanctuary in Floyd, VA.
Spikenard Farm Honeybee Sanctuary is a place that wholly supports the health and positive transformation towards saving the honeybee. They are committed to educating and training beekeepers, as well as raising bee-friendly crops, and maintaining healthy hives.