At low tide - or "Ebbe" in German, when the water recedes from the beach, a smooth surface of the water is created. Often the sea calms down at low tide.
"Ebbe" is simple and calm design. The diagonal lines reflect the outgoing water.
The bandana cowl is knitted from the bottom up. Starting at the tip, you knit brioche in rows. Later you cast on additional stitches to work in the round.
I use two contrasting colours to best show the effect of the brioche.
Penny Lane Yarns DK Lane (100% Merino superwash mulesing-free; 225 m / 246 yards per 100 g)
• 1 skein in Upside Down (light colour LC)
53 g / 119 m / 130 yards used for the sample
• 1 skein in Melanzane (dark colour DC)
64 g / 144 m / 157 yards used for the sample
Ebbe is a collaboration with Penny Lane Yarns.
4.0 mm / US #6 circular needle (80 cm / 32” in length) or DPNs, or size to obtain gauge
16 sts x 46 rows = 10 cm / 4” in brioche after blocking
- 4 stitch markers
- tapestry needle
- knit and purl
- increases and decreases in brioche
The pattern comes in written instructions.
one size; height is adjustable