Who says that super bulky yarn can't also make graceful twists and turns? This oversized beauty features strategically placed short rows that bend the scarf to drape around your shoulders and stay there! The cables are mirrored about the halfway point of the scarf (at the back neck) and then the ribbing is picked up and worked in short rows to give the scarf its final hairpin shape and to lend a hint of curve to the scarf's long lengths. And with US 13 needles, you'll be wrapping yourself in this modern take on the classic cabled scarf in no time!
The pattern includes written instructions!
2 1/4 stitches / 3 rows = 1 inch in cable pattern with US 13 needles
2 stitches / 4 rows = 1 inch in 2x2 ribbing with US 13 circular needle
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