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Cabernet Infinity Scarf - fingering

Knitting
November 2012
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 8 rows = 1 inch in stitch pattern
US 4 - 3.5 mm
250 - 650 yards (229 - 594 m)
S (M, L, XL)
This pattern is available for $6.00.

This pattern is available also as a part of Cabernet Series ebook for $19.00 USD.

Beautiful, feminine, delicate, soft, sophisticated, elegant….exactly how you want it to be! Meant to be worn at any moment you want to feel beautiful!
This is the best gift for YOU, your friend, teacher, family member.

The e-book/pattern comes as one pdf file!
It includes 3 yarn weight groups (fingering; dk/sport; aran/worsted). Each weight yarn is worked into 4 sizes.

Sizes:
S - child/adult neck warmer (regular loop)
M - adult neck warmer (loose loop)
L - adult infinity scarf (twice around neck)
XL - adult infinity scarf (2.5 loops around neck)

Circumference:
20(23, 45, 56)” / 51(58, 114, 142)cm
Height:
8.5(10.5, 10.5, 15)” / 22(27, 27, 38)cm

Material:
This pattern is suitable for fingering (DK/ heavy sport, or aran/worsted) weight yarns with great stitch definition.

Yardage:
250(300, 500, 650) yds
230(280, 460, 600) m

Gauge:
Gauge is specified over one repeat of Cabernet Cable in the pattern (picture included).

Difficulty level:
2 out of 5

Notions:
2 cable needles (alternatively 1 DPN and 1 locking stitch marker)
1 stitch marker
tapestry needle
pins for blocking

Techniques required:
CO, BO
Lace
Cabling

Pattern includes:

  • Pattern directions for 4 sizes: S (M, L, XL)
  • Pattern direction for 3 yarn weight groups (fingering, dk/sport, aran/worsted)
  • Charted and written instructions
  • Cabernet Cable Photo Tutorial (cabling without cable needle)
  • Detail explanation of techniques used
  • Helpful tips and FAQs (including pictures) on: How to adjust height. How to alternate skeins. How to fix possible mistakes.

Note:
Please, highlight the numbers that apply to your size and yarn weight to avoid any confusion.