Biscotte's Shawl Knitting Game | The Knitting Kit Played with a Deck of Cards SUPER SOCK ONLY

$94.00 USD
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Here's a kit that will put some joy on your needles! We have prepared special kits available in limited quantities only.

Biscotte's Shawl Knitting Game is a box full of exclusive hand-dyed yarns, a deck of Biscotte playing cards and an original knitting pattern to knit your very unique version of The Impromptu Shawl!

In this LIMITED EDITION of the Shawl Knitting Game, you will get

♠ 4 X 50g skeins of SUPER-SOCK yarns from Louise Robert Design Collection (75% merino sw + 25% nylon - 200m; 218 yards / 50g skein)

♦ A unique deck of playing cards, adorned with pictures of all our beautiful yarns!

♥ The Impromptu Shawl knitting pattern, designed & tested specifically for this original knitting game!

♣ All of this comes together in our classic Biscotte gift box!

In addition to the Knitting Kit, you will also need circular needles (long enough to handle a large amount of stitches) of 3.75mm; US #5.

*While knitting The Impromptu Shawl, you may follow each stitch patterns in written format and also as a chart*

The final dimensions of the shawl are 164 cm; 68 '' (width) by 38 cm; 16 '' (height)

2024-02-20: The written part of the number "Sept – 7" has been modified to reflect the Chart of the same number.

Customer Reviews

Based on 53 reviews
Cindy Kester
Super Sock The Kiss

As usual the wool was exquisite. Beautiful drape and yet knits into cozy socks.


So disappointed in this product. Not nearly enough yarn to reach the advertised 16” on the pattern. The photos on the pattern feature a shawl that must use at least twice as much yarn. This is more of a scarf than a shawl. Not worth the cost.

Kim Drexler
Rich, gorgeous colors!

Love this supersock from Louise Robert. It's soft, easy to work with, and the colors are rich and saturated.

Tammy Tarone

Love the beautiful colors and the quality of the yarn.

Lovely Shawl

Just started this shawl, it is a great knit. I learned the garter tab cast on and the mosaic keeps it interesting!