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Karin Wilmoth


Skill Level



NOTE: You have signed up for an Independent Study class. That means you have access to the video playlist for this class, and any handouts or patterns that pertain to this class. You can watch the videos and learn at your own pace, without supervision from the instructor. If you hit any snags or need any clarification, please email the instructor using the contact information above. Thanks!


During the Winter and early Spring, there is a weather phenomenon that occurs in the Central Valley of California called the “Tules.” It is a fog so thick that schools in the rural areas are closed for safety. The damp, chilly air flows down the nearby slopes and blankets the earth.

This cowl features a simple cable that flows down from ribbed edge to ribbed edge. Like the Tule fog, it is extra deep. The cable pattern is easy and quick to memorize; and it drapes your neck in comfort.


Skills Required: You know how to cast on, knit, purl, and bind off.

Intro to Cables: Tule Fog Cowl-Independent Study

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