Braided Cables Winter Scarf Knitting Pattern

Braided Cables Winter Scarf Knitting Pattern

My cable obsession continues with this super warm braided infinity scarf.  We are experiencing the coldest winter weather in 20 years where I live, so I thought this would be the perfect scarf to keep me and my daughter warm during the deep freeze.   Its long enough that you can wrap it around twice for added warmth, but it still looks and feels great just as is.

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Braided Cables Winter Scarf Knitting Pattern

Here is what you will need to make this warm braided infinity scarf:

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Gauge

13.5 Stitches, 16 Rows = 4 Inches in stockinette stitch

Measurements:

12″ (width)  X 44″ (length before sewing up seam)

Abbreviations:

K: Knit

P: Purl

C6F: Cable 6 Front (slip 3 stitches onto your cable needle to the front of your work, knit the next three stitches, then knit the three stitches off of the cable needle).

C6B: Cable 6 Back (slip 3 stitches onto your cable needle to the back of your work, knit the next three stitches, then knit the three stitches off of the cable needle).

Pattern

Cast on 64 Stitches.

Row 1: K1, P1, K1, P1; *K2, P2, K12, P2; repeat from * to last 6 stitches; K2, P1, K1, P1, K1.

Row 2: P1, K1, P1, K1; *P2, K2, P12, K2, repeat from * to last 6 stitches; P2, K1, P1, K1, P1.

Row 3: K1, P1, K1, P1; *K2, P2, C6F, C6F, P2; repeat from * to last 6 stitches; K2, P1, K1, P1, K1.

Row 4: P1, K1, P1, K1; *P2, K2, P12, K2, repeat from * to last 6 stitches; P2, K1, P1, K1, P1.

Row 5: K1, P1, K1, P1; *K2, P2, K12, P2; repeat from * to last 6 stitches; K2, P1, K1, P1, K1

Row 6: P1, K1, P1, K1; *P2, K2, P12, K2, repeat from * to last 6 stitches; P2, K1, P1, K1, P1.

Row 7: K1, P1, K1, P1; *K2, P2, K3, C6B, K3, P2; repeat from * to last 6 stitches; K2, P1, K1, P1, K1.

Row 8: P1, K1, P1, K1; *P2, K2, P12, K2, repeat from * to last 6 stitches; P2, K1, P1, K1, P1.

Repeat rows 1 through 8 until your work measures 44 inches.

Cast off.

Finishing

Fold the cowl in half and sew together the cast on and bind off ends.  Weave in all loose ends.

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3 Comments
  • Cindy says:

    Love this pattern!. I have not tried cables yet but want to. Thanks for the pattern! Cindy

  • Sue Key says:

    I am crackers about cables and am starting this today. It’s stunning. I would cable my whole house if I could !! I had the same obsession about covered buttons. Padded things then dimpled them with the coveted buttons. Perhaps “padded” is where they will drag me off to. ” A PADDED CELL “. So long as it’s cabled to Ibwill he fine. Ha ha

  • Linda says:

    This looks beautiful, I love cabled patterns and I can’t wait to try this. This one is going to be for me!

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