Dervla Colorwork Sweater Yarn Vibes 100% Organic Knit Kit

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This striking colorwork sweater incorporates vertical stripes and stylised blossoms to evoke the experience of a meadow on a rainy day. This kit is supplied in a stunning gift box.

Pictured knitted in Yarn Vibes Organic in the shade Kerry Pippin and Bog Cotton. Yarn Vibes Organic is 100% organic, 100% Irish.
Our yarn is dyed to GOTS-certified standards. Each skein of our organic yarn has carefully passed through the hands of our team of talented craftspeople, who bring with them generations of experience and skill, resulting in this uniquely rustic yarn.

Included in this Kit

4, 5 or 6 skeins (sizes 1, 2 & 3, 4) of Yarn Vibes Organic Worsted (Color A) and 1 Skein of Color B


1 x Exclusive Knitting Pattern

1 x Yarn Vibes Canvas Tote Bag

You will also need

1 x US8 (5.00mm) Needle Shanks

1 x US9 (5.50mm) Needle Shanks

1 x 80cm Cable

1 x Tapestry Needle

Sizing (chest measurements)

Size 1

87cm (35")

Size 2

93cm (37½")

Size 3

102cm (41")

Size 4

112cm (45")

100% Irish Wool

This sample is knitted in our Cliffs of Moher Yarn in shades "Foxglove" and " Sandstone"

Worked in the round, in worsted weight yarn, Dervla is ideal for those new to stranded colorwork. Experienced knitters will likewise enjoy this simple, elegant design.

Our Cliffs of Moher range is a classic, Irish hand-knitting yarn, with a modern twist. It is the perfect blend of a traditionally spun, quintessentially Irish yarn with a modern, natural color palette. Our exciting colors and unique marls combined with our soft fibers, make the Cliffs of Moher a joy to knit.


About the Designer

Ailbíona McLochlainn

Co. Donegal, Ireland

Ailbíona is an exceptionally talented knitwear designer based in County Donegal. She learnt to knit at a young age - possibly as young as four years old - she is not entirely sure but remembers learning to read at roughly the same time! Her mother and paternal grandmother were both enthusiastic knitters and it is from them that she learnt a blend of Russian and German methods that she feels is best described as 'hybrid-continental'.