A knitter once had a desire For a scarf of cables entire Right and wrong must look same For that’s playing the game And here is the winner called Shire! Shire is a heavily cabled scarf that uses 4-stitch cable crossings on both right and wrong sides to produce alternating bands of cables and lattice. And it’s reversible! Both sides look the same, but are not identical. **Features** - Written and charted instructions - Sizing options - Reversible - Looks great on both sides **Skills** Knitting, purling, cabling. (Cabling without a cable needle would be very helpful.) **Size** One. Approximately 6" (15cm) x 68" (173cm). **Yarn** Valley Yarns Northampton [100% wool; 247yd/226m per 100g skein] Natural; 2 skeins. **Needles** 1 pair size US 8 (5mm) needles. **Notions** Cable needle, yarn needle, removable stitch marker. **Gauge** 34 sts/26 rows = 4" (10cm) in cable pattern, blocked. 20 sts/28 rows = 4" (10cm) in stockinette stitch, blocked.