Salt Hill is a two-color cable scarf and is the first pattern released from the Synchronicity E-book. The pattern includes a full tutorial, showing how to work all the stitches included.
The striking cable pattern pops out of the background to create an
extra-warm, distinctive scarf, and, if you can cable, then this technique is very easy to learn.
The scarf can be knitted in any two yarns that have identical width and weight, however, gauge will not be the same if using yarns other than the Baah! Yarn specified.
The e-book will be published later this evening, and for now, has the Salt Hill pattern along with the tutorial. At least 8 more patterns will be added over the next 2 months, with the second pattern, Storm, being added next week.
If you buy this pattern, and later, decide you’d like to purchase the e-book, please send me a message, and I’ll send you a coupon code that will reduce the price of the e-book by $6.
Baah! La Jolla; 100% Merino/400yds/100grams (or any two identical fingering weight yarns) Model shown made with 1 skein of Night Sky (CC) 1 skein of Grey Onyx (MC)
Cable needle (optional)
Approximately 10” wide x 64” long depending on gauge and amount of yarn used.
Gauge (after blocking)
Each pattern repeat is 2.25” wide x 2.75” high
Pfb - purl through the back then the front of the next st (inc 1)
2/1 RCp - Slip 1 st to CN, hold in back, k2, p1 from CN
2/1 LCp - Slip 2 sts to CN, hold in front, p1, k2 from CN
2/2 RCp - Slip 2 sts to CN, hold in back, k2, p2 from CN
2/2 LCp - Slip 2 sts to CN, hold in front, p2, k2 from CN
2/2 RC - Slip 2 sts to CN, hold in back, k2, k2 from CN
2/2 LC - Slip 2 sts to CN, hold in front, k2, k2 from CN