Hats are one of my favorite things to knit—quick, not too difficult, useful, and stylish. So when time came around to procrastinate on my undergraduate thesis, I turned to designing a hat—but not just any hat, but one that combined many of the skills I am most proud of. Thus, Thesis was born—a mix of double-knitting and two-color brioche stitch, Thesis is soft, stretchy, and completely reversible.
Inspired by Bohus knitting, Cliff is the modern way to wear colorwork. Worked in the traditional way from the top down, it’s a straightforward knit for those with a bit of experience. Pebble’s composition of cashmere, recycled silk, and fine merino creates a luxurious, non-prickly fabric that is a delight to wear. Create an heirloom quality sweater in full or 3/4 length sleeves; both versions are included in the pattern.
Caelius pattern by Carol Feller
DK 8 ply loose turtle neck This sweater is warm and snuggly, a bit like wearing a big hug! Knit from the top down in one piece, work begins with the cowl neck and then moves on to the raglan shoulder shaping. Lace details run all the way down the raglan into the body. The gentle flow of the a-line can be extended if you want a longer, more flowing sweater.