Knitter's Reversible Scarf
This stylish, reversible cabled scarf features a handy keyhole
which guarantees that your neck will stay warm even in the
most active or windy of climates. Neatly finished with I-cord
edging that is far easier to work than it might appear, this
pattern utilizes a special 3-part cable that’s worked only
once per repeat, making it a wonderful intro for anyone that
would like to try reversible cables. The pattern also contains
detailed instructions for working an I-cord cast on and I-cord
bindoff, as well as variations for lengthening and working
additional keyholes. Remove the keyhole altogether, and
the pattern becomes wonderfully unisex!
This pattern is part of the 4 pattern booklet Poetry in Yarn Going to Rhinebeck which will be released Sept. 30th. Buy this pattern now and get the full purchase price off towards the booklet.
Approximately 7 inches wide and 45.5 inches long
380 yards sport weight yarn
Sample made in
Cephalopod Yarns Bugga!
70% superwash merino
wool, 20% cashmere, 10%
nylon (4 oz 113 g, 400 yd
366 m) per skein: 1 skein
Y38 Horseshoe Crab
US size 5 (3.75 mm) knitting
needles or size needed to