Brazeau are a pair of fingerless hand warmers featuring a meandering cable, and just a touch of lace. They were named after the Brazeau River in Alberta, a major tributary of the North Saskatchewan. The Brazeau River is the boundary for Clearwater County, which is home to a flock of North Country Cheviot sheep – the source wool for this pattern.
Knit from the fingers down, this pattern was designed to be easily adjustable, and includes multiple suggestions for making a pair that are just right for you.
This is a Hand Spun/Hand Knit pattern. In this download you’ll not only receive the knitting pattern, but also the spinning recipe and dyeing recipe for all you handspinners out there.
* Knitting in the round
* Reading charts
* Simple lace
* Simple cables