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Cables and lace are a winning combination in my book! This wide scarf is a stunning example of how a simple cable can beautifully frame and accentuate a lace design.
Three panels of lacy leaves run the full length of this chunky scarf, with gently waving cables separating them. A few stitches on either edge in Garter stitch give a neat finish.
This stitch pattern combination is quite easy to learn, making this a quick and satisfying project.
The resulting scarf is knit to a generous size so you can wear it like a stole or super cozy scarf. Either way you'll be sporting a very eye-catching and modern accessory.
Finished Knit Measurements (folded flat): Approx 62" [157.5 cm] long; 13 ¾" [35 cm] wide, blocked.
Yarn Used: Cascade 128 Superwash (100% Superwash Merino Wool); 3.5 oz/100 g [128 yds/117 m] per hank): 4 hanks in color #1946 Silver.
Pattern Gauge: 11 sts = 3" [7.5 cm] at widest point of leaf and 24 rows = 5 ¼" [13.5 cm] in Cable and Leaf patt, blocked.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information: A bullky weight yarn in a superwash merino with a gauge of 14 sts = 4" [10 cm] on size 10 needles [6 mm].
Total Yardage Required: 512 yds [468 m].
Some suggested yarn substitutes to try:
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Knitting Needles Used: Size 10 ½ [6.5 mm] needles OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE.
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Posted by Amelia Petersen on 7th Nov 2016
This pattern is very well laid out. It's always fun when you get something extraordinary with such easy to follow instructions. My yarns looks like it has a little mohair in it and my scarf is elegant.
Posted by Amelia Petersen on 15th Jul 2015
This scarf is fun to knit. It's much easier than it looks so the end result is very impressive. It work up fast in bulky yarn and can add class to any fibre from acrylic to cashmere. It's just a pretty pattern.
Posted by J. W. Eshleman on 17th Jul 2014
Was relatively easy to do. Turns out to be a very attractive item and practical as well