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Woven Cable Scarf & Wrap

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Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Cables

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PATTERN DETAILS

Cables in cashmere, what could be better! Envelop yourself in luxury by knitting this scarf or wrap in DK weight cashmere. The woven cable motif grows naturally out of 2x2 ribbing; simple, yet elegant. Pattern includes charts and text translations of the chart. The scarf is knit from one short end to the other, with a diamond motif on each end with 2x2 ribbing in between. The wrap is knit from one short end to the other but has 3 repeats of the motif across the width. On the wrap, the triple cable diamond motif is repeated three times along the length of the wrap, so that one motif sits right between your shoulder blades when you wear it. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit and purl slipping stitches with yarn in front and in back cables GAUGE 32 stitches and 24 rows per 4.75 inches wide and 4 inches tall (12x10 cm) in cable pattern after blocking SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Scarf: 5 inches (13 cm) wide, 66 inches (168 cm) long. Wrap: 14 inches (36 cm) wide, 68 inches (173 cm) long. SUGGESTED YARN 1200 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Black Pearl Yarns Cashmere DK COLORWAY Singapore Smoke & Polynesian Plum

Recommended with this pattern

  • Scarf: 400 yards of dk weight yarn
  • Wrap: 1200 yards of dk weight yarn
  • circular or straight needles for flat knitting in size to obtain gauge (pattern calls for US 4)

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Miriam Felton Designs
Miriam Felton Designs
I started sewing when I was a toddler on one of those drilled out boards where you use a shoelace and sew the outline of a fish or a duck. Once I could wield scissors I started sewing dresses for my dolls. I added crochet when I was 8, cross stitching when I was 10, beading at 11, and knitting at 16. And I started binding books in college.