Giant Cable Scarf by Megan Nodecker

Giant Cable Scarf

Knitting
October 2014
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in Garter
US 19 - 15.0 mm
1840 - 1900 yards (1682 - 1737 m)
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A chunky, thick knit scarf with some simple, but effective, cable detailing. Awesome fringe optional.

This is one of the most cozy scarves I have ever made. It can be worn as a scarf or shawl, wrapped around like a giant cowl, worn as a hood in case of unexpected thunderstorms, or used as a blanket in a pinch. By using 3 strands of worsted weight yarn held together instead of only one strand of something bulkier, it creates a nice heavy fabric with lovely drape. The silkier the yarn the better for this scarf. It has three simple cables running the entire length, and ribbing and slipped stitches create a nice, clean selvedge edge.

The finished piece measures 85” long and 14” wide without fringe.