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Cables & Lace Rib Scarf

December 6

Kari’s scarf is done. Hooray! I enjoyed everything about this project. The Cables & Lace Rib pattern is from knit1 Magazine‘s Winter 2007 issue. I love that the pattern is reversible, with both sides being pretty.

 

Just as the name suggests, one side features cables with lace ribs on the other.

Call me fashion backward, but it took me a while to get used to brown being such a popular color. Now I love it! I used Mission Falls 136 Merino Superwash. I always admired Mission Falls’ 1824 Wool, and am so glad they came out with this great DK weight in the same fiber. It’s soft, holds the stitch definition well and drapes nicely. It comes in so many beautiful colors, I’m tempted to start right in on another project. Another scarf? A nice top? (Daydreaming away….) Ok, back to the scarf…  I used US#5 needles for the project, and it ended up being 6″x71″.

   Merry Christmas and lots of love to Kari!

 

 

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4 Comments to

“Cables & Lace Rib Scarf”

  1. On December 7th, 2008 at 1:02 am Nevernotknitting Says:

    Your scarf is so lovely. It will make such a great present! I am so intrigued by the reversible pattern. Id love to give one of those a try someday.
    Great work, as usual!

  2. On July 21st, 2010 at 6:04 am thida Says:

    It is so nice. Can i have the pattern

    Thank you Thida from Thailand

  3. On July 21st, 2010 at 6:21 am AudKnits Says:

    Thank you, Thida. The pattern is from the Winter 2007 of Knit1 Magazine which you can find here. If you want to make up your own pattern, it is quite simple. Choose a thin cable for one side of the scarf, in this case 4 sts wide, and a thin ribbed lace rib for the other side, in this case 5 sts wide. I suggest adding a few edge sts in garter or seed st to prevent the edges from curling in. Enjoy!

  4. On July 21st, 2010 at 6:31 am thida Says:

    Thank you very much. i will try to make it

    Thida

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