Knit Picks just released my Lace & Cable Hooded Scarf! (You gotta love Knit Picks — They are awesome to work with!! )
The lace & cable scarf has a hood built in for style and warmth. The cable forms a nice, ropey edge. The lace & cable section is a 23 st X 38 row repeat that is both charted and written out in line-by-line instructions. It requires intermediate skills including a little lacework, cabling, simple shaping and seaming. It uses 730 yards of DK yarn. For a really luxurious feel, use Knit Picks Capra Cashmere (as shown in the photos). Or for a soft but more affordable scarf, use Knit Picks Swish DK Superwash Merino.
ERRATA: If you purchased before Oct. 1, 2012, please note the following errata —
Row 1 (WS): Work Right-Winding Cable for 6 sts, k1, pm, work Lace & Cable Chart Row 1 (see page 3), pm, k1, work Left-Winding Cable for 6 sts.
Row 2: Work Left-Winding Cable for 6 sts, p1, work Lace & Cable Chart Row 2 between markers, p1, work Right-Winding Cable for 6 sts.
Row 24: K1, C3f, p3, k9, p3, C3b, k1.
2 thoughts on “Lace & Cable Hooded Scarf”
Beautiful, just beautiful! I love the cables and ropey edge. I think I’d prefer mine in a brighter color, but that’s just how I roll. Another wonderful pattern and design!!
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