Corryvreckan Beanie in KDD Àrd-Thìr - Kate Davies Designs Yarn Pack
Slipstitch waves work their way around this attractive beanie, following a straightforward pattern. The beanie gets its name from the Gulf of Corryvreckan (Gaelic "Coire Bhreacain" meaning "cauldron of the speckled seas"), a narrow strait between the islands of Jura and Scarba off the west coast of Scotland.
The pattern is from Kate Davies' collection "Bold Beginner Knits".
The yarn pack includes one skein of each colour. The main image shows the beanie worked in Àrd-Thìr Firemore (colour A), Vatersay (colour B) and Camusdarach (colour C). Of course there are endless colour combinations you could think of, so this is just a suggestion!
Please note that this is a yarn pack only. Kate Davies Designs have asked us to refer you to their Ravelry pattern page for separate purchase of the pattern. The pattern is available as individual pattern or you can buy the KDD Bold Beginner Knits ebook which includes this and several other patterns.
All jumper photos on this page are © Kate Davies Designs and are included with kind permission from Kate Davies Designs.