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I came up with Meltwater when I picked up a skein of Quarry to try, playing around with small cables in big yarn. The yarn made such great ribbing and wonderful cables that I decided to use both and make a generous, squooshable scarf with an integrated i-cord border along each side. This pattern uses knit, purl, slipped stitches, and 2-stitch cables. Instructions for working the cables without a cable needle are included. The stitch patterns are charted only.

8.5in/21.5 cm wide x 78.5in/199 cm long

Brooklyn Tweed Quarry (100% Targhee-Columbia Wool; 200 yds/183 m per 3.5 oz/100 g); Geode: 4 skeins OR 766 yds/700 m chunky weight yarn

US10.5/6.5 mm or size needed for correct gaug
Exact gauge is not essential, but differences in gauge will affect size and yardage required.

4 repeats = 6.5 in/16.5 cm wide and 1 repeat = 6 in/15 cm long in main pattern stitch, blocked
Exact gauge is not essential for this project, though differences in gauge will affect the size and yardage required.

yarn needle

About the Yarn
Brooklyn Tweed Quarry is a woolen-spun chunky weight yarn that blocks into a spongy, woolly, cohesive fabric. It looks a bit like an unspun, Lopi-style yarn, though it’s actually a loosely-spun 3-ply. This structure gives Quarry surprisingly good stitch definition, making cables and textures pop beautifully. The woolen-style spinning creates a lofty yarn with good memory and great yardage for the weight. If you are using a different yarn for this project, look for a yarn with good stitch definition and memory that won’t stretch out or become too heavy in this size of project.
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