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Cozy Cable Collection

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The Cozy Cable Collection has six coordinating patterns for loom knitters. My own easy on your hands cable technique will keep your hands from aching. Easy on your hands, easy on your looms, these are fun and fast patterns you are sure to love. The e-book comes in two versions, a large print (24 point font) and small print (12 point font) file. Both have a cover and full photo gallery. The large print version is an accessible pattern book using all black text, no italics, single columns, and Arial sans serif font. It is screen reader and tablet friendly. Patterns are fully written out with clear step-by-step directions.

1. Caramel Latte Scarf
The ribbon cable stands out in this scarf between columns of reverse stockinette and a border of double seed stitch. A robust yarn with lots of stitch definition will make this pattern shine. Variations are given to make the scarf wider, and it may easily be made as a cowl, or even a wrap.
Loom: 1/2 inch gauge loom, 26 pegs worked flat (5/8 inch gauge may also be used)

2. Cup of Cocoa Cap
This cabled hat sports a ribbon cable all around. Two options are given for the brim, allowing you to customize the fit. Short rows shape the top of the hat, creating a smooth finish.
Loom: 5/8 inch gauge loom, 25 or 28 pegs flat knit

3. Extra Marshmallow Mitts
These little mitts have a cable that looks like a “plait” or long braid. There is no separate thumb, but the opening is placed to create a soft gusset and cover the bottom of the thumb. The fabric is flexible, fitting most hand sizes. The pattern tells you how to adjust both the arm and hand lengths.
Loom: 3/8 inch small gauge loom (such as the KB looms), 34 pegs in the round

4. Hot Buttered Rum Hat
A pretty plaited cable surrounds this hat. It looks lovely in both solid and variegated yarns. Two size options are given. If you want a hat that will come down to cover your ears entirely, choose the larger cast on. For a smaller brim, covering the top half of your ears, choose the smaller cast on.
Loom: 5/8 inch gauge, 25 or 28 pegs flat knit

5. Hot Chocolate Mitts
These little mitts sport a pretty ribbon cable down the center. The soft cable is easy on the hands, and you’ll find the mitts come together in just a short time. There is no separate thumb, but the opening is placed to create a soft gusset and cover the bottom of the thumb. The fabric is flexible, fitting most hand sizes. The pattern tells you how to adjust both the arm and hand lengths.
Loom: 3/8 inch small gauge loom, such as a KB loom, 34 pegs in the round

6. Spiced Cider Cowl (or scarf)
This cozy cowl features a plaited cable on a background of reverse stockinette stitch framed by seed stitch. It many easily be made as a scarf or longer cowl by adding more repeats. The pattern also has variations for making a wider cowl.
Loom: 5/8 inch gauge, 30 pegs flat knit

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