Glenariff Forest Park in county Antrim, Northern Ireland is home to majestic waterfalls, tranquil pools and meandering woodland trails – let the calming and soothing nature of these cables transport you to this peaceful retreat.
Whether it’s the icy Spring winds that show only promises of warmer weather or the cold, blustery winds of Fall and Winter, Glenariff will wrap you in the warmth that only cables can give.
This lusciously cabled scarf relies mainly on traditional cables -- cables in the same row cross in the same direction. There are a few exceptions, though, so vigilance is required. The pattern consists of three complimentary cable elements that mirror the pattern around a centre-point at the back neck. The scarf begins with a provisional cast on so that an I-Cord bind off can be worked on both ends.
Both charts and written instructions for charts are provided. All pattern instructions are contained in this document and therefore must be referenced when working with the written instructions for charts (included as a separate PDF).Size
11.5 x 76” / 29 x 193cm Yarn
950 yards (869 m) in Worsted weightNeedles
5mm / US8 or size required to obtain gauge
4mm / US6 one DPN for BO or 2 sizes smaller than gauge needleGauge
18 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette stitch, blocked Notions
Cable needle, tapestry needleHelpful Links
Links followed by (v) are video links. Cabling Without a Cable Needle
Provisional Cast On (PCO) links: • using circular needle cable (v) • crochet onto needle • crochet onto needle (v) • pick up sts from crochet chain (v) • using waste yarn (v) Reading ChartsCredits
Tech Editing: RedSquirrel and FirSprite.Test Knitting:
A huge thank you to our lovely test knitters - Ravellers dragonxser, Eliza422, faeriepaw, momtatknits, spstacey and Tshaya.
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