Kyoka by Marianne Munier


December 2018
Aran (8 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
98 - 601 yards (90 - 550 m)
THE HAT: S (45 cm), M (50 cm) and L (60 cm). THE FINGELESS MITTS: S (18 cm), M (20 cm) and L (22 cm) // THE COWL: S (62 cm), M (68 cm) and L (81 cm).
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KYOKA is a set of accessories with :

A hat, in 3 sizes : S (45 cm), M (50 cm) et L (60 cm)
A pair offingerless mitts, in 3 sizes : (18 cm), M (20 cm) et L (22 cm).
A cowl, in 3 sizes S (62 cm), M (68 cm) et L (81 cm).

To knit them, you need :
Hat : approx. 120, 130, 150 m.
Fingerless Mitts : approx. 90, 110, 130, 160 m.
Cowl : approx. 180, 220, 270 m.

I recommanded to use La Bien Aimée « Merino Aran » (100% merino, 225 m / 246 yds, 100 g)

This year, I unfortunately could not prepare an Advent Calendar like last year, but I wanted to prepare a few things for you to celebrate this year when we knit together: an Ebook containing 10 complete sets of accessories that I called “.. Thank you! “. Kyoka is one of these sets. I make you discover, for the occasion, a manga that I like very much (as well as my children): “My Hero Academia” written and drawn by Kōhei Horikoshi through these Heroes.

The story ? In a world where 80% of the population has a super-power called “alter”, heroes are part of everyday life and super-villains too. In front of them stand All Might, the most powerful hero. The young Izuku Midoriya is an absolute fan. He has only one dream: to enter the “Hero Academia” to follow the footsteps of his idol. The problem is that he is part of the 20% who have no power … His fate is upset the day his path crosses that of All Might in person. The latter offers him an unexpected chance to see his dream come true. For Izuku, the battle route is just beginning! Will he become the greatest of all heroes?

Kyoka Jiro … has short, purple hair and asymmetrical fringes. Its most notable feature is its Jack-shaped ear lobes that can be lengthened and controlled at will.

The benefits of this pattern will be donated to cancer research. I have chosen the association “Fondation ARC”. For further informations, see the website: :