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.)
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.
•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.
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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