Mt. Bachelor is named as such because it stands apart from the group of mountains known as the Three Sisters in Central Oregon. Hence, the one large cable and three small ones in this pattern. Bachelor is also a popular ski destination, referenced here in the repeating diamond (as in black diamond like the ski slope difficulty rating) motif, as well as in bobbles reminiscent of snow.
Yarn: 140 yards chunky weight yarn. Shown in one skein of Imperial Stock Ranch Native Twist (100% Columbia Wool; 150 yards/100 gram skein), colorway Natural.
Gauge: 3 stitches = 1 inch in stockinette stitch.
Needles: US 11 (8 mm) 16’’ circular.
Notions: Two stitch markers, darning needle, cable needle (optional).
Difficulty level: Advanced beginner.
Size/Finished measurements: Approximately 10” tall and 17.5” circumference.