what are you knitting now? ～Halibut Cowl knitted with Brooklyn Tweed Dapple～
Do you remember the name of this fish?
It was the "halibut" of the flounder's friend! Designed by Caitlin Hunter, staff Aiko was knitting a sweater with this pattern at the end of last year.
While I was pondering whether to knit a sweater or a cowl, Aiko finished the cowl, so I took a picture of her.
There are four halibut on the cowl, staggered.
MC uses Dapple from Brooklyn Tweed, and CC uses yarn hand-spun by Aiko. Dapple is 60% wool and 40% cotton , so it feels refreshing.
If both the sweater and the cowl are halibut, the impact is amazing!
Aiko doesn't usually use both of them together like this to prevent her from becoming a fishmonger!
It looks like it would be a good idea to wear it alone and casually show off your fish lover ...
When you buy a pattern on Ravelry, you can get a halibut discount if you buy a sweater, cowl, and hat as a set.
Aiko doesn't seem to have any plans to knit hats at the moment, but I wonder if there are people somewhere in the world who have completed all three hats. I'm looking forward to seeing the person who coordinated with the 3-piece set, and I'm looking forward to the Ravelry project page.
Details Yarn: Brooklyn Tweed Dapple
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