Thursday, April 28, 2005

Cabled and Ribbed Scarf

Cabled and Ribbed Scarf

Materials

1 Pair Size 6 (US) Needles
1 4 Ounce Skein of Yarn
1 Yarn Needle

Instructions

Cast on 35 Stitches

Row 1: K3 P3 K6 P3 K5 P3 K6 P3 K3
Row 2: P3 K3 P6 K3 P5 K3 P6 K3 P3
Row 3: K3 P3 K6 P3 K5 P3 K6 P3 K3
Row 4: P3 K3 P6 K3 P5 K3 P6 K3 P3
Row 5: K3 P3 K6 P3 K5 P3 K6 P3 K3
Row 6: P3 K3 P6 K3 P5 K3 P6 K3 P3
Row 7: K3 P3 K6 P3 K5 P3 K6 P3 K3
Row 8: P3 K3 P6 K3 P5 K3 P6 K3 P3
Row 9: K3 P3, slip next 3 stitches on dpn and hold in front of work, K3 K 3 stitches from dpn P3 K5 P3, slip next 3 stitches on dpn and hold in front of work, K3 K3 stitches from dpn P3 K3
Row 10: P3 K3 P6 K3 P5 K3 P6 K3 P3

Repeat These 10 Rows for Pattern until your scarf reaches the desired length.

Bind Off

5 comments:

Katie said...

What does "dpn" mean in this pattern?

Katie said...

haha... silly me... double pointed needles.

Ashley said...

This seems like a dumb question but, you can use just cable needles can't you? (by the way why is there like J ones and "acute angle" ones? What do I do with them? does it make a difference in what your finished piece looks like?)

Sarah said...

Yes, you could use a cable needle. I don't own any, because I figured why buy them when I can just use a double pointed needle. Somepeople can do cables without a needle, but I'm not that talented.

Yun said...

Any photo available to see? I can't seem to figure how it will look like...