Here and There Cables
From Scarf Style:
Ribbed patterns often appear in knitted scarves because they lie flat and are reversible. Here, Norah Gaughan uses ribs as the basis for a cable pattern that has no right or wrong side. The cables are worked as a repeating allover motif and are turned on alternate sides. This richly textured scarf looks fairly complicated, but it’s easy to remember what to do once you get the hang of it. Norah recommends blocking the scarf to open up the pattern and show off the interplay of cables.