Jardin d’Hiver MKAL (English)


Let’s rediscover the magic of plants in Winter and sign up by purchasing this Jardin d’Hiver Shawl starting November 1st

Downloadable pdf pattern: once the order is validated, a download link will be available on your order. Don’t forget to download it because the link is temporary. You will then receive the clues by e-mail.
If you have a Ravelry account, don’t forget to mention it when ordering.

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Let’s rediscover the magic of plants in Winter


Sign up by purchasing this Jardin d’Hiver Shawl starting November 1st.


Clue 1: Monday 27th of November
Clue 2: Monday 4th of December
Clue 3: Monday 11th of December
Clue 4: Monday 18th of December


The size and shape of the shawl are part of the mystery.
It will be large enough to warp most knitters up well.


Weight: DK or Sport or Heavy fingering with the same required gauge
Composition: We chose a blend of Linen and Cotton (95% Linen / 5% Cotton : Linaé from Natissea)
If you don’t want to use this yarn, I recommend a DK, sport or heavy fingering yarn containing a little of planted-based fiber or silk to achieve a certain drape.
Try to avoid any yarn containing too much halo (such as yarns containing a lot of mohair or alpaca, for example).


Approximately 705 m in total

  • MC: 570 m
  • CC1: 60 m
  • CC2, CC2, CC3; 25 m

CC1 is a color in the same colorimetric range as MC (for example, dark and light green, beige and brown).

CC2, CC3 and CC3 are three other complementary colors.

Check on the pictures to see some suggestions for the color palette you need for this pattern. You’ll find kits here: Kit Jardin d’Hiver


  • A pair of 3.5 mm circ. needles paire d’aig. circulaires 3,5 mm if you knit with the original yarn (plant-based fibers often requires smaller needles).
    If you choose an other yarn as animal-based fiber, use the appropriate needles to obtain the recommended gauge, otherwise the size of the shawl will be affected, as will the quantity of yarn required.
  • A 3.5 mm hook 3.5 mm
  • A tapestry needle
  • Approx. 20 Stitch Markers
  • Chenille embroidery needle (for fingering weight yarn)
  • Solufix water-soluble embroidery stabilizer (not mandatory)
  • Scissors


Starting on November 27, you’ll receive this week’s clue every Monday, either on Ravelry (be sure to check your library) or by e-mail.
You’ll be able to take part in the event on Discord and/or Ravelry.
At the end of each week, a draw will take place. Prizes (all different) will be awarded on the basis of photos shared on the various Social Medias where the MKAL takes place.


If you’d like to participate and share your photos on Discord, Ravelry, Instagram, etc., we ask that you share these photos in the dedicated threads for the discussion forums and use the official KAL image as the first photo on Instagram (in the case of a carousel) to prevent people participating in the KAL from seeing the clue revealed before they’ve had a chance to start knitting it.
The official KAL hashtag is #kaljardindhiver

You’ll find Group Links in the introduction you receive when you sign up for this MKAL.

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