UPDATE: Thanks for your interest in Weather or Knot! Please note, while we have many colors of Loft, we WILL be making color substitutions for these colorways at this point. If you'd like specific colors, please consider making your own kit by choosing 7 colors of Loft by Brooklyn Tweed.
Track the temperature for 2019 in a unique way, by creating a scarf that changes colors as the temperature does. The 2019 Weather or Knot knit-along features seven colors; you'll knit 2 rows, down and back, each day, choosing your color based on the day's recorded high temperature. The scarf also features a simple, optional design element based on the day's temperature compared to the historic averages for that day. Full instructions, background information, and worksheet are included.
Each kit contains 7 skeins (1 skein each of seven colors) of Loft by Brooklyn Tweed*, the Weather or Knot pattern and accompanying temperature averages worksheet.
Needle requirement: US 4 (3.75 mm) straight or 24" circular needle
Finished Dimensions: app. 78” long and 9.5” wide
Weathervane: (A) Thistle, (B) Almanac/Flannel, (C) Faded Quilt, (D) Button Jar, (E) Sap, (F) Hayloft, (G) Cinnabar
Growing Season: (A) Pumpernickel, (B) Snowbound, (C) Flannel, (D) Iceberg, (E) Bale, (F) Camper/Postcard, (G) Long Johns
Extended Forecast: (A) Soot, (B) Truffle Hunt, (C) Barn Owl/Stormcloud, (D) Pumice, (E) Birdbook, (F) Yellowstone, (G) Wool Socks
*While seven skeins of Loft is more than enough yarn to complete a scarf, we can't predict the weather for 2019, so are not able to guarantee that one skein of a particular color will be enough, depending on how many days a particular color is knit.