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Aran

Reversible Scarves: Curing the Wrong Side Blues
Knitting
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches in stockinette
US 6 - 4.0 mm
840 - 930 yards (768 - 850 m)
7.25 inches x 68 inches/18.5cm x 172.5cm

This pattern looks complex, but in reality is very easy. With only two written rows making up the six-row pattern repeat, it’s simple to memorize and fun to work. Using a ribbed reverse cable technique made popular by Lily Chin and others, ribs are formed on both sides of the scarf simultaneously as you go along.

Rowan’s Cashsoft 4 Ply has just the right combination of softness, loft, drape and stitch definition to make this scarf both eye-catching and flexible, despite the ribs’ thickness.

The pattern includes both written and charted instructions, so you can pick whichever is your favorite.

Notions:
Cable needle
Tapestry needle
Removable stitch marker (optional)