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Bees To Honey

Bees to Honey ~ A Shawl kit from Amy Miller & The Plucky Knitter.
Plucky Bello, a quick to knit stockinette body, and a beautiful lace edging combine to make this a truly decadent shawl!

Shown in Pollen & High Cotton

Designed to use two colors of Plucky Bello (oh, the cashmere!), this shawl is perfect for having some fun with color, too!

You don’t have to stick with just Bello on this one though.  We love to give you options and this kit is going to be offered in Primo Fingering, Plucky Single (yay! It’s back!!) and if you want a big, soft warm hug to wrap yourself up in for the cooler months, how about Traveler Sport?  If you use up all four skeins in your Traveler Bees to Honey kit, you will have a shawl measuring roughly 120″ in wingspan and 48″ in depth. How’s that for big and cozy?!

Here’s a peek at a few of the colorway choices that will be available:

Here are the details you need to get your exclusive kit!:

Where?:  At the Plucky blog (www.thepluckyknitter.com)
When?:  Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 12:00 p.m. AND again at 6:00 p.m. EDT
What?:  2 color kits (you choose 2 from the available colorways to create your kit, 1 skein of each colorway) available on Bello, Primo Fingering, Plucky Single or Traveler Sport (2 skeins of each colorway). Multi color kits consisting of 7 skeins will be available.  These will be pre-assembled and you will NOT need to choose the colorway.  Available in Bello, Primo Fingering, and Plucky Single only.

How Much?: 
2 Skein (one of each color) Bello kit – $83
2 Skein (one of each color) Primo fingering kit – $69
2 Skein (one of each color) Plucky Single – $63
4 skein (two of each color) Plucky Traveler sport kit – $124
7 skein (seven color) Bello – $264
7 skein (seven color) Primo Fingering – $215
7 skein (seven color) Plucky Single – $194

Thank you so very much for your interest and and excitement for this kit. It’s so adorable and what a fun knit. You’re going to love it!

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