Almost Aran Fauxbius by Ruth Brasch

Almost Aran Fauxbius

Knitting
August 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
460 - 1150 yards (421 - 1052 m)
Small (26”), Medium (39”), Large (52”), Extra Large (65”)
Flag of English English
This pattern is available for $6.25 USD buy it now

Almost Aran is a scarf that features the lovely cabling seen on aran sweaters, but is a smaller project than a full sweater! Get your cable fix without having to worry about finishing a whole sweater!

This scarf features an optional faux mobius twist that is put in after the entire scarf is knitted. You get the option of a lovely twist without having to work a twisted project.

This pattern has been tested for clarity and accuracy, and includes a photo tutorial for blocking a tube scarf without resulting flat edges.

For those of you who have asked, the mitts in the third photo are my Mitts for Romeo a free pattern!

Notes:

  • The pattern includes both written and charted instructions.
  • Cabling without a cable needle is a good skill to have for this pattern as cables are worked through the entire scarf.
  • Because this scarf is knit as a tube, a light worsted yarn is suggested instead of a heavier #4 yarn.
  • The larger two sizes will create a very thick scarf. Testers recommend the two smaller sizes as ideal for everyday wear, and the larger two sizes as suitable for very cold weather.
  • Gauge is important - check before you knit!

Yarns used in testing include:

  • Knitters Brewing Co. Sock-aholic Brewski Irresistible Irish Ale
  • Lion Brand Heartland
  • Lion Brand Wool Ease
  • Brown Sheep Worsted
  • Ella Rae Classic

Regarding copyright and usage:

Finished items may be sold from my patterns, of course, as they are your work. Crediting me as the designer when you sell would be appreciated, but is not required.

Standard copyright restrictions apply to the pattern itself. You may not sell, distribute, copy and paste the pattern itself to other websites, or otherwise reproduce my patterns or any of their charts or images without written permission.

Please also note that digital pattern purchases are non-refundable, since there’s no way to un-download a pattern. Thank you for understanding!