*YARN SET "Radiate"

various options
3 available


price including local VAT of the recipient country for shipments within the EU, plus shipping cost


price exkl. VAT for shipment to non-EU countries, plus shipping cost

Nettopreis: €126.05
Content: 500 Gramm (€30.00 * / 100 Gramm)

Product information

NB: We only stock a limited number of  our "originals" yarn sets, which means that the yarn will most likely be dyed especially for you. In this case your order will be ready for shipment within 3-4 weeks. If you need it urgently, please send us a note before ordering to check ready-to-ship availability.

This yarn set is for the RADIATE sweater by Joji Locatelli in 2 different qualities and 2 colour combinations. We are offering the set in WalkCollection Silky BFL DK - like the original - and in WalkCollection Merino DK - like our sample in our shop.

Color and contrast take centre stage in this circular yoke pullover. It is worked seamlessly from the top-down, featuring a combination of stitches that create a perfect transition from the yoke to the body.

The pattern calls for:

- 4 (4, 4, 5, 5, 6, 6, 7) skeins of WalkCollection DK weight yarn in main color (MC) and 1 (1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2) skeins of WalkCollection DK weight yarn in contrasting color (CC). The sample was knit using colorways Apollo (MC, pale gray) and Flamingo (CC2, neon pink).
- XXS (S, M, L, XL, XXL, 3XL, 4XL). Shown in size M on a 36” bust.

This listing is only for the yarn, the pattern is not included. You will find the suggested pattern in Interpretations: Volume 4 or on Ravelry:


Merino DK, Silky BFL DK


100% New Wool, 55% New Wool 45% Silk



yarn weight

DK Weight

pattern in

English, (pattern is not included in set price)

ready to dispatch in

3-4 weeks after payment

delivery time

3-6 weeks (depending on destination)


Cold hand wash recommended. Lay flat to dry.

Color information

Dyes are applied merely by hand so there is a natural variation within hanks of the same dye lot. To maintain an even appearance in larger projects I would suggest to alternate skeins while knitting.

I take great care photographing my items, but please take into account that colours might vary slightly due to different monitors.