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Knitter's Reversible Scarf

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Intermediate

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PATTERN DETAILS

This stylish, reversible cabled scarf features a handy keyhole which guarantees that your neck will stay warm even in the most active or windy of climates. Neatly finished with I-cord edging that is far easier to work than it might appear, this pattern utilizes a special 3-part cable that's worked only once per repeat, making it a wonderful intro for anyone that would like to try reversible cables. The pattern also contains detailed instructions for working an I-cord cast on and I-cord bindoff, as well as variations for lengthening and working additional keyholes. Remove the keyhole altogether, and the pattern becomes wonderfully unisex! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl cable i-cord GAUGE Rows 1 -29 = 7 inches wide and 3.75 inches long, excluding CO edge. 22 sts and 16 ridges = 4 inches in Garter Stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately 7 inches wide and 45.5 inches long after blocking SUGGESTED YARN 380 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cephalopod Yarns Bugga! COLORWAY Y38 Horseshoe Crab

Recommended with this pattern

  • 380 yards sport weight yarn
  • US size 5 (3.75 mm) knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Cable needle

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Poetry in Yarn
Poetry in Yarn
Lindsey Stephens brings her love for teaching into everything she does. After all, she has a degree in mathematics and is a certified mathematics instructor! A member of the Crochet Guild of America and TNNA, she puts her knowledge, creativity and technical savvy to work as a tech editor and designer. You can find her incredible design collection featured on her blog, Poetry in Yarn, as well as many of her patterns in respected magazines such as Crochet World and Koigu.