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Featuring Michelle Hunter of Knit Purl Hunter

We are pleased to announce the next Progressive Needles KAL, sponsored by skacel and hosted once again by Michelle Hunter of Knit Purl Hunter.

First Clue for this KAL goes live on October 6, 2016!
Deadline for Contest entry is November 15, 2016.

Cables and I have long had a deep, loving relationship that I refer to as a “cableship”.  
I bring the yarn and needles, while the cables bring the power to make my heart sing!

Join me October 6th for my next mystery knit along, Cableship.  
This toe up sock pattern is full of great cable techniques, but also includes a heel new to the series.  
Yes, I have uncovered another method for simple sock success!

I designed Cableship to showcase the vibrant hues of Zauberball sock yarn.  
The sock knits up beautifully in every shade of this rich, gradient yarn.  
My video tutorials and daily interaction make the sock knitting a snap.  
The only hard part will be choosing just one color of Zauberball!

The KAL is FREE and no registration is required.  
Simply go to knitpurlhunter.com anytime after 9 am on October 6th to download the first installment of the pattern.  
I answer questions daily on my website and in my Ravelry group.

Prizes are generously provided by our sponsor, Skacel Collection.


Zauberball Socks, 75%wool/25%nylon, 100g/459 yards, 1 skein
US #2 (2.75mm) or size necessary to achieve desired gauge.  Pattern may be knit with double points, two circulars or Magic Loop method.
Cable needle


Approx. 8 sts = 1″ in stockinette


Small, Medium and Large.
Small – leg circumference measures approximately 5” unstretched and stretches comfortably to 10”.
Medium – leg circumference measures approximately 6” unstretched and stretches comfortably to 12”.
Large – leg circumference measures approximately 7” unstretched and stretches comfortably to 14”.

Further size adjustment may be made by changing needle sizes.

Keep in touch with others and show off your progress and finished work on Knit Purl Hunter's Ravelry Group. Michelle can be found there to help with any questions.