Humulus Sweater Kits
Humulus Sweater Kits
Humulus Sweater Kits
Humulus Sweater Kits
Humulus Sweater Kits

Humulus Sweater Kits

Regular price $213.50 Sale

November is coming and that means it's time for #NaCroKniSweMo!! That's right, for those not familiar, in the month of November we try to crochet or knit a sweater in a month! 

We'll be hosting a #NaCroKniSweMo MAL (make-a-long) in the Yarny Ewes Facebook group throughout the month of November and details will be posted there.

Completing a sweater in a month is no easy feat but it can be quicker if you make it in a worsted weight yarn, and the Humulus Sweater by Isabell Kraemer fits that bill. Carolyn will be knitting this sweater, and would love to have you join in.

Please note: Pattern is not included with the kit, and these are dyed-to-order. Yarns will be shipped in 3-4 weeks.

Choose your size from the pattern, the base (we have 2 lovelies to pick from) and your Main (MC) & Coordinating Colors (CC). All the information is below. While we’ve done the math for you, please double check the amounts needed and remember, total yarn usage depends not only on the yarn used, but your personal gauge and any modifications you make.


Shelley: 100% SW Merino, 4-ply, worsted weight, 218 yds, 100 grams

Thoreau: 80% SW Merino, 10% Cashmere, and 10% Nylon, 2-ply, Worsted weight,  181 yds, 100 grams

Color Choices:

MC: Words of Wisdom, CC: Given To Rust

MC: Everyday Pink, CC: Sour Puss

MC: Platinum, CC: Pints & Purls

MC: Cavendish, CC: Nutmeg

Note: Click on the color combo and base to bring up the corresponding picture. (Clicking on the picture doesn't prefill in the coordinating variants, unfortunately.)

SIZE: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
MC Yardage 1136 1136 1420 1420 1420 1704 1704 1988 1988
Shelley Skeins 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 10 10
Thoreau Skeins 7 7 8 8 8 10 10 11 11
CC Color
Shelley Skeins 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2
Thoreau Skeins 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2
  • 16-20 stitches/4 inch, NS: US 7-9
  • Hand dyed using professional grade acid dyes
  • For best results, hand wash cold and lay flat to dry.
  • As hand-dyed yarn is subject to variation, even with the same dye lot, if using more than one hank in a project, alternate hanks every few rows to compensate for variations in tone and pattern.