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An easy, totally reversible cabled scarf that will eat up a lot of yarn, lie flat and look fabulous on you!
Based on Vogue Stitchionary Vol 2 (cables). I used the Reversible Rib Cable, and made it smaller.
Manitou Passage Scarf
3 skeins Cascade 220 wool or any yarn that knits to 4 stitches per inch; cable needle; #7 needles or the size that gives you 4 spi in stocking stitch. Warning: this pattern is a *serious* yarn-eater. Plan accordingly!
Makes a scarf 6″ wide and as long as you like. (I did 14 repeats of the pattern for a 72″ long scarf. The cables are fat and thick and need more length to balance them out. Bundley-uppey!)
C16F: Put next 8 stitches on cable needle and hold to front of work; (k1, p1) 4x, then (k1, p1) 4x from cable needle. (Personally I had great difficulty trying to do ribbed cables with no cable needle, and don’t recommend it.)
Cast on 54 stitches using long-tail cast on.
Rows 1-7: k3, *k1, p1, rep to last 3 sts, k3.
Row 8 (Cable row 1): k3, (k1, p1) 8 times, C16F, (k1, p1) 8 times, k3.
Rows 9-15: k3, *k1, p1, rep to last 3 sts, k3.
Row 16: (Cable row 2): k3, C16F, (k1, p1) 8 times, C16F, k3.
Repeat these 16 rows for pattern, alternating Cable rows 1 and 2 so that each cable is vertically 16 stitches high, but alternate cables happen every 8 rows. The rest of the rows are worked in 1×1 ribbing, with three edge stitches on each side worked in garter stitch (knit every row).
The cables will gape a little more than you are used to – you can basically put a finger in behind them. Don’t worry about it! For a while I fiddled with the stitches to get everything to even out, but it really truly doesn’t improve the look of the scarf. They won’t show.
When the scarf is as long as you like end your cabling by knitting one last Cable Row 1, knit 8 more rows in the ribbing pattern and cast off loosely, but not too loosely because you don’t want your end to flare too much. Either side is fine; the scarf is totally reversible.