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Learn To Cable Scarf
Pattern Number: 60429A
Rating: *****
4.6 (based on 16 reviews)
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Learn To Cable Scarf Reviewed by Dawn Brule on 2015-08-07 *****
I have made this scarf for each niece (4 of them) and it is usually the first item to sell at charity events, silent auctions, etc. It is superb!

Learn To Cable Scarf Reviewed by Mai Chang on 2014-10-14 ****
I've made this scarf, real really easy. I'm a avid knitter and found this to be simple for anyone to knit,but I knit one row then joined the second color. A gift for someone special.

Learn To Cable Scarf Reviewed by Amanda on 2010-01-01 ****
Just finished this scarf last night. was a great project to do and was very easy to follow. the only problem is that the scarf curls in on itself. I will have to block it. maybe trying to do a garter stitch border instead of the one in the pattern would stop this from happening?

Beautiful Pattern!! Reviewed by Vivienne Baldassare on 2009-03-08 ****
This was my first attempt at doing cables and it turned out great. The pattern is really beautiful and looks so much more intricate and difficult then it actually is. I think its a great project for a beginner who is tired of the usual scarf.

The only problem is that the scarf tends to curl inward from the sides, almost hiding the cables. Blocking by pinning it down, spraying it with cold water and letting it dry helped a little.

Learn To Cable Scarf Reviewed by CATHLEEN BAKER on 2008-12-05 ****
I've been an avid knitter for several years...mainly afghans. I saw this pattern and decided to try it last week. I am halfway through my second scarf. I never ever thought I would be able to do cables but they are very easy! I'm not afraid anymore. The only thing I don't like about it is that it does curl in while knitting but blocking and steaming did help. Love this pattern!

Learn To Cable Scarf Reviewed by Shelly on 2008-11-03 *****
I'm addicted to this pattern! I made it into a blanket on a circular needle (6 panels-99 stitches total) and it's amazing. I love it!!

Learn To Cable Scarf Reviewed by Nadine Babin on 2008-10-06 ****
Love love love this pattern.

I attempted the pattern 2 months after I learned to knit and I did not regret it! The pattern is very clear and easy to follow. I did not give it 5 stars only because the sides tend to roll back in because of the stockinette stitch between the border and the cable. I made the scarf for my father in Wheat and a little shorter (1.25 balls). He absolutely loves it and shows it off proudly.

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Learn To Cable Scarf Reviewed by Sonya Santos on 2008-09-17 *****
I made this scarf for my sister. I used the oatmeal color for the entire scarf. It was my first cable project - it was simple to follow the pattern and turned out great!

Learn To Cable Scarf Reviewed by Jean on 2008-08-31 *****
I am very new to knitting and found the instructions for this scarf very easy. It was exciting to see my very first cables taking shape

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Learn To Cable Scarf Reviewed by Kate Kudak on 2008-08-16 *****
I am just about finished making this scarf. This is my first time doing the cable stitch and I have found it very easy to do. I was a bit skeptical at first because I thought I would never be able to make anything with a cable stitch in it, but it is absolutely beautiful. I am also going to make the hat shown in the picture. I changed up on the taupe and used "wood" instead in the same type of wool of course for the scarf and am going to make the hat in "wood" also.

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