Delve into the Wave Ripples sweater with interesting construction methods, optional modifications, and gentle wave cables you'll create a striking central panel as you knit with Carol Feller.

What's covered in this workshop?

This Teachable course goes hand-in-hand with the included written Wave Ripples knitting pattern so you'll never be left wondering how to approach a section.

Some of the techniques covered in this course are:

  • Cable Cast-on
  • Managing Hand-dyed Skeins
  • Sweater Modifications
  • Working right and left Sweater panels in pattern
  • Joining Front and Back
  • Seaming
  • 3 needle bind off
  • Finishing

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Wondering About this Learn to Knit Workshop?

Press play on this video and Carol will explain pattern construction and some of the tips and techniques you'll find inside this learn to knit course:

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Learn to Knit Curriculum

  Wave Ripples Panels & Set-Up
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  Wave Ripples Right Side
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  Wave Ripples Left Side
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  Wave Ripples Sleeves
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Meet Your Teacher

Carol trained initially as a textile artist and then as a structural engineer. While both of these backgrounds are very different the influences can be seen in her design work which is well-shaped, flattering to wear and enjoyable to knit.

She strives to design clothing with a difference: not overly complex, but still giving a very unique end product. She likes to work with different construction methods, so long as they enhance the knitting experience and make for a more intuitively put-together knitted item.

Carol has been widely published in books and magazine and travels the world teaching in yarn shops and fibre festivals. The classes she teaches cover a wide range of subjects from cables and chart reading, through garment shaping and customisation right through to short rows and colourwork. In her classes you'll move from learning the basics to refining your knitting skills and fixing problems.

Pattern Information

The gentle cable wave flows down the front and back of this sweater to create a beautiful central panel. The construction of this sweater is a little bit different and will keep you guessing every step of the way!

You begin with the central panels and then pick up stitches on the right side so that you can work the front and back in one long piece. You’ll then join the side seam and continue the sleeve right down to the cuff. Once the right side is done, the left is finished in exactly the same way on the other side.


To Fit Actual Bust Circumference Up To: 33 (36, 39.5, 42.5, 45.25, 48.5, 51.5, 54.5, 57.5)“ / 84 (91.5, 100.5, 108, 115, 123, 131, 138.5, 146) cm

7-10” / 18 – 25.5 cm positive ease recommended.


Finished Bust Circumference: 40 (43, 46.5, 49.5, 52.25, 55.5, 58.5, 61.5, 64.5)“ / 101.5 (109, 118, 125.5, 132.5, 141, 148.5, 156, 164) cm

Size 43” / 109 cm modelled with 8”/ 20.5 cm of positive ease.

Length: 21.75 (22, 22.5, 23, 23.5, 24.25, 25, 26.25, 27)” / 55 (56, 57, 58.5, 59.5, 61.5, 63.5, 66.5, 68.5) cm from back of neck



The Yarn Collective ‘Bloomsbury DK’ (100% Merino; 263 yds / 240 m per 3.5 oz / 100 g); colour: Surf (105), 5 (5, 6, 6, 7, 7, 8, 8, 9) skeins

Approx Yardage: 1244 (1315, 1450, 1566, 1670, 1795, 1938, 2104, 2270) yds / 1135 (1200, 1324, 1430, 1524, 1638, 1768, 1920, 2072) m

Needles & Notions

2 x US size 6 / 4 mm circular needles, 32” / 80 cm long (or longer for larger sizes)

US size 6 / 4 mm dpns if magic loop not used for sleeves

US size 5 / 3.75 mm circular needles, 32” / 80 cm long for magic loop or US size 5 / 3.75 mm dpns if magic loop not used for sleeves

Always use a needle size that gives you the gauge listed, as every knitter’s gauge is unique.

Cable needle, tapestry needle, stitch markers, waste yarn.


21 sts and 28 rows = 4” / 10 cm in St St with larger needle

27 sts and 28 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Cable Pattern with larger needle

25 sts and 28 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Ribbing with larger needle

26 sts and 30 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Ribbing with smaller needle

Would you like a yarn kit?

Yarn kits are available for all of our project workshops. You can find the exact colour that Carol chose herself or choose from colour combinations provided.

We have yarn kits available in Vivacious DK . It's a beautiful yarn that allows the central cable pattern to pop but still have a soft, washable sweater.

So if you'd like to pick up a yarn kit or put your own colour combinations together just click the button below: