Whale Watch is two patterns in one! It features a 2-color brioche cap and cowl, knit in the round from the bottom up. I designed this set as a quick start teaching piece for my 3 hour classes, beginning with 2 color brioche rib, and then introducing simple increases and decreases. Whether you prefer cowls or hats, I’ve got you covered.
Frolicking whales and soaring gulls will keep you entertained at sea, at the beach, or anywhere!
Pattern uses worsted weight yarn in 2 contrasting colors. The yardage is close, but you can get a large hat and tall cowl with 200 yards of each color, if you match my gauge. The pattern includes instructions for both the cap and the cowl. The cap can be knit in 2 sizes, and there are two different ways to finish the crown.
The pattern is on sale for 15% off through June 20 with coupon code ORCA. It is available through Ravelry here. You can also purchase this pattern from my Payhip store here; the same code works in both places.
I’m looking forward to using this pattern for my class on the Vogue Knitting cruise at the end of August. I’ll also be using it at Knit Maine in September. I love that it’s all-in-one, both cap and cowl. I’m streamlining!
Thanks to tech editor Jen Lucas, and test knitters Ann Berg, Debbie Braden, and Melissa A. Rowe.
These are SUPER, Michele !!
Is that a newly-lensed pair of eyes regarding me ?
Thank you! And yes, I can see without my glasses, although readers will be helpful for seeing my phone. I still don’t quite recognize myself without the glasses I’ve been hidden behind for so many years. Who is that?!
That is you, my small clever friend, reveling in what has become a day-to-day piece of medical practice. Ain’t it great ?!
These are awesome!