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Cape Bohemia

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Perhaps more SoHo than boho? Regardless, a fun knit to keep you stylish, warm, and hands-free on a brisk evening out and about! The cape is worked in the round from the neck down. Yarn over increases worked into each of the 4 unequal sectionsa front and back plus 2 shoulder sectionsshape the cape while creating detail lines mimicking the border eyelets. Originally published in print under See Jane Knit, now Beth Whiteside Design. Updated and reformatted! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Cast on, knit, purl, increase GAUGE 10 sts and 13 rows = 4-in. [10 cm] in Crossed Stockinette stitch with larger needle SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Neck: 21 (23) inches [53.5 (58.5) cm] Bottom: 58-1/2 (63-1/4) inches [148.5 (160.5)] Length: 15-1/2 (16-1/2) inches [39.5 (42) cm] PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Fiesta Yarns La Boheme

Recommended with this pattern

  • 290 yds #4 medium weight yarn
  • US 15 [10 mm] 16-in [40 cm] and 24-in [60 cm] circular needle, or size needed to get gauge!
  • US 13 [10 mm] 16-in [40 cm] circular needle

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Beth is a knitting teacher, designer, and technical editor whose curiosity has led her to visit many countries (stranded color, EPS, k1b, lace, ...) on the knitting-world map. Originally from New England, she now lives in San Francisco, where mountains, ocean, and Haight Street are always good sources of inspiration. Her designs have been published in <i>Creative Knitting</i> and <i>Knitters'</i> magazine, as well as by yarn companies such as Cascade Yarns, Claudia's Handpaint, Fiesta Yarns, and Red Heart. She has been teaching locally since 2003, and nationally at STITCHES Expos since 2005. What she loves most about teaching is finding ways to make light bulbs pop on in her students' heads and helping them grow as knitters. For more about Beth, go to her website,, Ravelry design page, or Facebook page. You can find her on Twitter or Instagram as @bethwaaa.