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Simple, but with a few quirks. That's how I like my days to flow and how I like to describe this lovely cabled circular scarf. It's knit in the round with a cable design that features unique cable twists that show the purl side of the fabric.
The cables are otherwise just simple braids and are staggered within a wide rib design. It is these little quirks that make this pattern interesting and different!
A great pattern with enough going on to hold your interest and result in a simply elegant accessory. Easy to wear and easy to give as a gift knit for any deserving male or female in your life.
Errata corrected 11/18/13 (purchases after this date, have corrected version): Top of page 4, Rnds 26-28 should say *[K3, p3] twice, k6, p6; rep from * around. The chart is correct as is.
Finished Knit Measurements (folded flat): 7 ¾" [19.5 cm] height; 49 ½" [125.5 cm] around.
Yarn Used: Classic Elite Yarns Magnolia (70% Merino Wool/30% Silk); 1.75 oz/50 g [120 yds/110 m] per ball): 4 balls in Color #5425 Pink.
Pattern Gauge: 24 sts= 4 ½" [11.5 cm] in Cable patt.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information: A dk weight yarn in a merino/silk blend with a gauge of 22 sts = 4" [10 cm] on size 6 needles [4 mm].
Total Yardage Required: 410 yds [375 m].
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Knitting Needles Used: Size 8 [5 mm] 32-40" [80-100 cm] circular needles OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE.
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Posted by Mary-Alice Philman on 13th Jun 2016
Made this in alpaca, but shortened it by 3 stich repeats as I didn't quite have enough yardage. Came out beautifully, and was plenty long enough (just can't double it). Very easy to follow pattern and made up very quickly. Will definitely be making another.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Jan 2016
came out beautifully
Posted by Sherry on 9th Mar 2014
I won't change a thing about this pattern, it's perfect as it is! I'll probably make several of them for next winter. They'll be bright, soft and fabulous!
Posted by Unknown on 15th Nov 2013
easy soft absolutely gorgeous