Calgary Capelet KAL Wrap-up

After almost three months of enthusiastically knitting and watching everyone’s progress, it’s hard to believe that we’re entering the final week of the Calgary Capelet KAL. It’s been so much fun to interact with everyone who has joined us along the way and I hope you’re all as happy with your capelets as I am!

In true Paige fashion, I have a couple of modifications to share. Knowing that I wanted my capelet to be a little longer than what the pattern called for, I slowed down the frequency of the decreases in the beginning. To be more specific, I decreased evenly across every 4th row instead of every other row for the first seven decreases. This does make the bottom of the capelet a little bit wider in addition to longer, but I find myself enjoying the added drape.

Since the pattern doesn’t provide this information, I also wanted to mention that I worked 5 inches for the neck before the final ribbing.

Thank you so much for joining us! Make sure to post an image of your final piece to any of Blue Sky Fiber’s social channels to be entered into the grand prize drawing: a year (1 per month) supply of patterns, that’s 12 digital patterns of your choice!

Close up of a woman's torso wearing a green capelet with a cable down the front center.
Calgary Capelet Front
Close up of a woman's torso from behind. She's wearing a green capelet with a cable down the back center.
Calgary Capelet Back

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