Date &        


Sunday, May 23, 5:30-7:30pm 


Karin Wilmoth


Skill Level






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-VIDEO CLASS (May 2021)