🧶 Gramercy Park Video KAL (Knit-Along) 🧶

Gramercy Park 2
It’s here! Our latest sweater knit-along features one of my existing patterns: Gramercy Park is an elegant, all over lace garment that is perfect for the spring.

With FOUR yarn choices, there will be a yarn for every price point and fiber preference.

This video sweater class will be full of great tips and tricks from a mini class on yarn substitution, to lace tricks and fixes and all your seaming videos. With sweater modifications, knitting how-to’s and hours of videos you will be able to make your perfect sweater.  Change up the size, the length, the neck shaping, the sleeves–you name it!

This will be the first class hosted on my brand new education site! Learn more below.

You can purchase the pattern and video class using this button:
(NOTE: you will be asked to sign up for a free account on Patty’s Education streaming platform.)


What do you need to know about the Gramercy Park KAL?

When you purchase the class, you’ll create your free account on Patty’s education site. From there, you’ll find all your tools, pattern pdf, video and text tutorials. All content can be both streamed (to save room on your device) AND downloaded (to view off line!). There are discussion threads for each part of the class so you can ask questions, and a community group to chat, share pictures and cheer each other on and enter for prize drawings!

Join the KAL anytime…the KAL info will stay live forever, and the video tutorials will never expire!

For even more fun, join a social group on Ravelry.

READ THIS FIRST: the NEW education platform

This will be our first KAL on the new site. I hope you enjoy it! I’m sure there will be tweaks and adjustments as we all get comfortable, but I’m excited to get started with you. NOTE:

  • You will need to create a free new account on Education.pattylyons.com even if you already have one on pattylyons.com. You can use your same log in and password if you like.
  • You will be able to access the education site under the LEARN menu on the home page of pattylyons.com.
  • There are discussion boards & a social group for each class.
  • Most videos will have closed captions, AND if you need subtitles in a different language, just email classes@pattylyons.com and request them!
  • You can post photos to the discussion boards with no fee, and even upload a video!


FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions

What is a KAL?
KAL stands for knit-along! It’s a great way to work through a garment with the support of the designer (me), but more importantly, hundreds of other knitters.

The heart of the KAL is our Patty’s education site. There we will all your lessons, discussions, sharing of pictures, and knitting tips.

The pattern will come out at once, but the videos and tutorials will come out on a schedule to help us all stay together and have fun!

How can I join?
Simply by purchasing the Gramercy Park Sweater Pattern and class.


If you are new to KALs, find helpful FAQ on the general info page.


You can join in ANYTIME! The class is yours forever, and the video tutorial links will never expire! But the newsletter group coupon will expire after the KAL, so grab it now and knit it later.

Where do we get our yarn AND support our hard working designer?

For this sweater, I’ve chosen FOUR yarns. There will be a fiber video in the introduction that will help you choose. There will be a perfect yarn for every price point, color, and fiber preference.

When you purchase your pattern, you will get your introduction that will include a video on choosing your yarn and size.


Please only use the above link for ordering! Get a 20% – 25% discount for purchases over $60. Be sure to add a couple of balls to your order so you have enough for swatching, or pattern modifications. It’s such a good deal, you might just want to get enough for both yarns!!

What skills will I learn?
The class is chocked FULL of techniques. There will be video tutorials on all specialty skills along with sweater basics. New skills learned:

Video Class Tutorials Include:

    • 2 needle stretchy cast on
    • Picking the Right size
    • Yarn substitution guild
    • Pattern mapping
    • Fixing mistakes in lace
    • How to adjust pattern for gauge
    • Length, sleeve, neck line and sizing modifications
    • One move SSK
    • Matching YO
    • Left lifted and right lifted increase and MORE!

There will also be videos that cover all your sweater basics like gauge, blocking, cast on, seaming and more.

Where are the videos?
With every section of the class, new videos and tutorials will be added to your class.

All your videos, and tutorials will be in your class page on https://education.pattylyons.com/. The pattern PDFs will also have red inks  that will take you to your tutorials. As long as you are logged into your class, you can watch the lessons in your course player, or if you are knitting with your pattern pdf on your internet connected device, just click on the link and it will go right to your lesson.

Your initial downloaded Intro PDF will contain the pattern introduction with gauge, schematic, size information, yarn requirements and needle and notion information. It will also include a video on gauge swatching, how to pick your size, yarn choices and a gauge tutorial.

KAL Schedule:

Gramercy Park 1

As soon as you purchase your pattern you will get your pattern introduction and videos on sizing, yarn selection and gauge, as well as your schematic and material information, so plenty of time to order your yarn, pick your size and start your swatching.

You will receive the whole pattern at once when we cast on April 25

You’ll get a mini swatch pattern to help you practice as the pattern progresses. There will also be tutorials and videos on how the pattern works to help you plan.

All new videos sections come out at 8 pm ET

  • March 26: On sale / Intro pattern videos & tutorials
  • April 25: FULL PATTERN RELEASE Sweater back videos, sweater modifications & tutorials
  • May 9: Sweater front videos, sweater modifications & tutorials
  • May 23: Sleeves & finishing videos, sweater modifications & tutorials
  • Randomly drawn participation prizes awarded every other week, the sooner you cast on, the better chances to win!


  • Randomly drawn participation prizes awarded every other week, the sooner you cast on, the better chances to win!
  • June 14: Grand prizes awarded

Jump in ANYTIME! The videos will never go away!

Ravelry Group

Join the Ravelry group to hang out with other knitters.

Pattern Info (Sizes & Supplies)Gramercy Park 5

Finished Measurements

Gramercy Park Finished Measurements

Bust: (30, 34, 38, 42 ½) (46 ½, 50 ½, 55, 59)” / (76, 86.5, 96.5, 108) (118,128.5,139.5, 150) cm

Length: (21 ½, 22 ¾, 23 ¼, 24 ¼) (25, 25 ¾, 26 ½, 27) / (54.5, 58, 59, 6.5) (63.5, 65.5, 67.5, 68.5) cm


Shown in size 34 / 86.5 cm

Intended to be worn with 0-2″ / 0-5 cm ease.





The class will include a video on yarn properties to help you choose!

Option #1 (pictured in color Amertrine)
(7, 7, 8, 9) (10, 11, 12, 13) The Fibre Co Road to China (159 yd / 145 m per 50 g hank; 65% Alpaca / 15% Silk / 10% Camel / 10% Cashmere)

NOTE: Yarn estimates of options 2 – 4 are based on the original yardage used. Always buy an extra ball / skein for swatching, alterations, and differences in knitting gauge.

Option #2:
(7, 9, 10, 11) (12, 13, 14, 15) Cloudborn Fibers Merino Alpaca Sport (137 yd / 125 m per 50 g hank; 80% Superwash Merino / 20% Baby Alpaca)

Option #3:
(7, 8, 9, 10) (11, 12, 13, 14) Valley Yarns Superwash Sport (153 yd / 140 m per 50 g ball; 100% Extrafine Superwash Wool)

Option #4:
(6, 7, 8, 9) (10, 11, 12, 13) Valley Yarns Granville (167 yd / 153 m per 50 g hank; 90% Pima Cotton, 10% Merino Wool)


Size 6 US / 4 mm needle

Size 1 US dpn / 2.25 mm needle (for two needle cast on)

Size 4 US / 3.5 mm circular needle 16″ / 40 cm for neck.

Size 5 US / 3.75 mm, or needle to achieve gauge.


Stitch markers


 Gramercy Park 3

Gramercy Park 6

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  • Ann Laddon March 27, 2021   Reply →

    What skill level is this project? I’m a low intermediate knitter. Thanks! It’s a beautiful sweater and I’d love to create it in a KAL!

  • Ann March 29, 2021   Reply →

    Well, I’m IN!

  • Irma Rizo March 31, 2021   Reply →

    you mentioned on IG to watch the vid on fibre choice if one hasn’t got the yarn yet, where is this video? Please forgive my ignorance.

  • Lauré Dehon August 6, 2021   Reply →

    I would love to make this but all the yarn choices have wool, alpaca, or cashmere, all of which I’m allergic to. Are there any other yarn options for it?

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