Summer knitting fun with Splash Pad Party knit along with Down Cellar Studios

I hope I convinced to you to knit and crochet with us this June and July in the Splash Pad Party. I love the fun community Jen has built up around her podcast. I think her clear love of her extended family is part of what lets her so easily gather an extended crafting family.


I developed a special pattern that is currently exclusively available through the Vendor Market thread in the Downcellar Studio Podcast Ravelry group. Because I’m a ProShop sponsor, knitting it will earn you 3 entries for the prize drawings on top of your yarn entries! (Each 50g of yarn you work up earns you 1 entry.)

The Stormy Harbour Hat pattern - developed for the Splash Pad Party KAL

Everyone needs a go-to fantastic cabled beanie pattern in worsted weight yarn.

This hat combines two wave patterns to conjure up that feeling of looking out over the lake from a cabin. Shorter, sharper waves are driven by the stiff winds of a stormy grey sky while a few larger swells are created by the passing of a white-hulled boat.

Despite the complex appearance, every other round is a resting round – where you knit the knits and purl the purls. And for those of you who use charts, the last page of this pattern contains a handy checklist to help you keep track of which round you are working for each of the two stitch patterns.

Skills Used
•knit and purl
•working in the round
•right twist & left twist
•ssk, k2tog, p2tog, p3tog

Approximate Yardage: (with a 15% buffer)
Small: 140 yd. / 128m, Medium: 153 yd. / 140m, Large: 195 yd. / 178m

This pattern has been tech edited by April Ridgeway as well as test knit.


the Stormy Harbour Hat knitting pattern - designed for the Splash Pad Party knitalong

Stormy Harbour Hat
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One thought on “Stormy Harbour Hat

  • Waves upon waves! I love the curving line that w(e)aves in & out of the larger cable. Perfect name for the hat and for the SPParty theme.

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