Cabriole Cable & Lace Scarf by Linda Browning

Cabriole Cable & Lace Scarf

February 2012
Sport (12 wpi) ?
6.5 stitches = 1 inch
in cable & lace pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
350 yards (320 m)
1 size, but easy to adjust length and width
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Cabriole Cable & Lace Scarf intermingles cables with lace in a combination of textures that creates an open and intricate pattern. Although Cabriole appears complex, there is only one cable stitch, and the main lace pattern is identical on each right side row. The scarf, which could be easily extended into a wrap or shawl, is begun with a provisional cast on at the center, and then is knit outwards towards each end. The edging is worked at the end of each half. To make your project wider, simply add repeats to each side of the center.

Cabriole is intended for the advanced beginner to intermediate knitter. It includes the following stitches: knit, purl, yarn over, knit two together, slip slip knit, and cable 6 front. Both charted and written instructions are included.

The finished size of Cabriole is up to you! As shown, it is 76” long by 6.5” wide after blocking, or 66” long by 6.5” wide before blocking. This is with a total of 20 repeats of the lace and cable pattern, plus edging.

The pattern was designed for a new line of yarn called Crespo by Yarns of Italy and was shown at the TNNA show, January 2012.

While you cannot make or sell copies of this pattern, you do have permission to sell your completed shawls and shawlettes.

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