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Here we have a pattern for a lovely scarf which incorporates the beautiful work of the Celtic Ropes Cable. I have knitted mine using a marl shade of green which I really enjoy personally. You can however use whichever color you wish as long as you keep the weight of the wool the same.
This scarf is comprised of a plaited cable flanked by twists. The dense braid makes for a very warm winter scarf. The cables are done every 4 rows. They are not complicated and the pattern is easily memorized. A simple cable pattern with dramatic effects. 2 skeins of Brown Sheep Lamb’s Pride worsted weight yarn will yield a scarf that is about 54” long by 6 1/4 ” wide (unblocked). A cable or double pointed needle is also required.
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