Cables and Lace Scarf by Linda Permann

Cables and Lace Scarf

Crochet
February 2010
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
5.0 mm (H)
US
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Combine simple cables and lace shells to create this drapey scarf. Choose three colors you like to make color work easy, or try a kettle dyed solid yarn for a shimmering effect. You’ll use every last drop of the recommended yarn, so buy a ball more of each color if you’d like to make a longer scarf.

Skill Level Advanced Beginner
This pattern involves post stitches and colorwork, but there is lots of information to help you along so it’s easy to get going!

Finished Size Blocked scarf measures 6 ¼“ x 61” 16cm x 155cm.

Materials
• 330 yards/ 303m of light worsted weight yarn (110 yards/101m per color), CYCA weight category 3 or 4.
Shown in 3 skeins of Louisa Harding Albero 50% cotton/ 50% Lenpur (plant fiber) in colors #3 Dove (grey) A, #12 Elephant (dark grey) B and # 6 Blush (pink) C.
• Size H-8 (5.0 mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
• Yarn needle
• Spray Bottle and T-pins (for blocking)