Gnome MKAL Sets

Gnome MKAL Sets
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Brand:  Kernow Designs

Kernow Designs


Join in the MKAL fun with these fabulous mini sets! 

Created especially for the wonderful Gnomes (including the Year Of Gnomes!) from Imagined Landscapes. You can mix and match these lovely little sets, and I'm even adding a FREE 10g micro neutral to your sets for you!!  And today (11th April) I can proudly say that I am one of the collaborators for the Gnome MKAL 9 happening from May 13th!!

The official release Date is Monday 11th April for these wonderful little sets.  And the clues for the Gnome MKAL 9 are from May 13th to May 29th.  Absolutely perfect for your May Gnomes if you're joining in with the Year Of Gnomes!! :)  To get all the Pre-MKAL information, and be ready for the first clue on May 13th, visit Imagined Landscapes HERE to find out where to get your pattern from.

Join in the fun on Instagram with the hashtags #GnomeMKAL9 and #kernowdesigns so that we can share our gnomes with one another!  You'll also find me in the Gnome MKAL 9 Ravelry group too.  :)

Sock Yarn (75% Super Wash Merino/25% Nylon) 85mtrs approximately per 20g skein. 

Each Gnome Mini Set comes with 3 x 20g skeins.  And - as if that isn't excitement enough!!! I'm also including 1 FREE 10g micro skein in Gneutral for  any Gnome Gnose/Beard etc that may be needed (Plus a little extra treat for you. Because... Why not?!) 

Sock is just a term used for the yarn base, and it is in fact beautifully soft, and is in no way limited to making socks with! :)

All of my yarns are dyed with professional grade light and colour fast acid dyes in a smoke and pet free environment.

Please note that colours may look different on various monitors, tablets and mobile phone screens.

As the yarn is hand dyed, no two skeins will be the same, so it is best to work each row with alternate skeins when working on a larger project.

Hand wash in cool water, lay flat to dry. 

Here are your sweet little sets! :)



This one was so hard to photograph properly!  There is much more of a contrast than you can probably see on the screen here.  This one is a better representation (taken from a different set.)


In order to give you an idea of how your sets work, look at the following.  My first example is Sunset.  The Pre-MKAL information tells you that C1 and C2 need a sharp contrast, and that C3 can be a medium.   

So you would arrange your Sunset like this;  C1 Maroon - C2 Orange - C3 Bright Red.  

Look at the same set in this order, in contrast;

See how perfect it is for the colourwork?  Sometimes, just looking at colours together can be confusing, so it can really help to not only photograph them in contrast, but to also play around with their order of use a little. :) 

Another quick example is Rose Blush;

If you arrange your Rose Blush like this;  C1 Russet - C2 Ballerina - C3 Ruby Red.  Look how perfect it is for the colourwork.  And again in contrast;

If you have any questions at all, or need any help/guidance, then please do feel free to message me. I'm always at the end of an email, and you can use this contact form directly from the website.  Or you can DM me on Instagram, or PM from my Facebook Page

Please do reach out if you're at all unsure of anything. 

Yarny Hugs,

Karen x