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Cedar Forest Scarf & Beanie Set


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  • Cables

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A warm and soft hat and scarf set for cable lovers. Get started right away and it will get you through the coldest days of winter. Making the scarf is relatively easy if you have a little experience with cables, the beanie is just a bit more complicated. The row by row description guides you from the first stitch to the last one. The pattern also contain charts and a close-up photo of the motive. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit cables, knit in the round GAUGE 12stx20r=10x10 cm (4 inch) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS the hat fits an average adult head (quite flexible) the scarf is about 20x155 cm, you can make it longer or shorter of course SUGGESTED YARN 360 meters of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN some recommendations: Perla Four Seasons Gr1/4ndl or Red Heart Romy or Red Heart Boutique Treasure

Supplies Needed

  • circular needles or double points, size 7
  • cable needle
  • needles size 8

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I grew up with yarn, needles and crochet hooks around me. I remember watching my mom and grandma doing magic with yarn - it was just natural that I would follow their footsteps. A few years ago I realized this was far more than a hobby - it's a passion for life. So I decided to take it to the next level and share my designs with everyone who is passionate about knitting and crochet. I like innovation in my knitting and crochet, adding a little twist that makes an everyday item special and unique in some way. I love lace and cables, I work a lot with cotton and mixed yarns. Yarns with a rich texture inspire me too. Visit me on Facebook to follow my projects and be the first one to hear the latest news about my patterns: My youtube channel with a step-by-step knitting course (in Hungarian):