Four Color Braided Reversible Scarf by Sherrie Kibler

Four Color Braided Reversible Scarf

February 2014
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
16 stitches = 4 inches
in Pattern stitch
US 17 - 12.0 mm
180 - 200 yards (165 - 183 m)
4-5" wide by 84" (adjustable)
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Featured pattern in the What Snow??? Cables & Colors Reversible Scarf Collection, this pattern is for a four color braided, reversible cable scarf.

  • Bulky knitting!
  • Knit directly from the skein - no bobbins to manipulate!
  • Fully reversible cables that are knit together!
  • Smooth reversible color swapping!

Sample shown uses jewel tones, but possible four-color combinations are endless!

Once blocked, the finished product lays flat….. making it a great choice for many of the popular scarf tying techniques.

While the pattern calls for a Bulky weight yarn, you could use Super-Bulky, which would result in a slightly wider scarf. You also could combine 2 worsted weight yarns together to create your own bulky weight yarn!

This pattern is only available as part of the What Snow??? Cables & Colors Reversible Scarf Collection ebook, but when you buy the e-book…you get a total of 4 reversible cables and colors scarves! See the last photo on this page to see the entire collection!