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16 Cable Knit Scarf Patterns

By December 4, 2017 November 30th, 2019 No Comments

One should know cables are not as scary as they seem to be. So you must get your hands on cabled scarf patterns and soon you will find yourself mastering the knitting techniques. Beginners who are trying cables for the first time, a cabled knit scarf will be preferable and apt to start with. A scarf will not require any shaping so you might not be worried about the increase or decrease in sizes. You can solely concentrate on the gorgeous knits of cables. Cabled patterns can also make the scarves warmer and thicker than regular scarves due to its texture and chunkiness.

Source: Braided Cable Knit Scarf Pattern (cdn3.craftsy.com)

All you will need are some skeins of bulky yarns of any color you choose, cabled needle and some straight needles.

Source: Cozy Cable Knit Scarf Pattern (images4-e.ravelrycache.com)

Cabled scarves can be excellent winter accessories for both men and women during the cold wintry days.

Source: Braided Cable Knit Scarf Pattern (i.pinimg.com)

The braided cable pattern is simple to knit so beginners must take this project quite confidently.

Source: Mochi Cable Knitting Scarf Pattern (berroz.ir)

With simple tools and fun methods, you can knit a mochi cabled knit a scarf for your special ones.

Source: Bulky Reversible Cable Braid Scarf Pattern (i.pinimg.com)

Knit a unique pattern for a chunky, thick and reversible braided and cabled scarf for more warmth.

Source: Cable Knit Scarf Pattern (i2.wp.com)

You just need chunky yarns of royal colors and appropriate needles to knit a classy piece of cabled scarf.

Source: Reversely Cable Knitting Scarf Pattern (i.pinimg.com)

You can comfortably stay warm this winter if you have this long, thick cabled scarf with fringes.

Source: Crystal Palace Cable Knit Scarf Pattern (www.gigbi.com)

Celebrate a no depression autumn with this colorful crystal palace cabled scarf and you will be the eye catcher everywhere.

Source: Scarf with Honeycombs and Cable Knitting Pattern (img0.etsystatic.com)

The more difficult cabled patterns such as honeycomb cables are intended for the intermediate knitters.

Source: Cabled Knitting Scarf Pattern (i.pinimg.com)

Cabled scarves are comfy accessories for fall and even winter wears so make sure you have one of these.

Source: Bulky Reversible Cable Braid Scarf Pattern (i.pinimg.com)

Reversible scarves can be warmer and keep you toasty beside being funky and charming in winters too.

Source: Crystal Palace Cable Knit Scarf Pattern (3.bp.blogspot.com)

Do not forget to knit your cabled scarves with a variety of shades that will look more fashionable this season!

Source: Cabled Knitting Scarf Pattern Design (farm3.static.flickr.com)

Cables are however challenging projects for most knitters, but you will surely love this pattern.

Source: Scarf with Honeycombs and Cable Knitting Pattern (img1.etsystatic.com)

Honeycomb patterns in cabled scarves look adorable for pretty young girls with any attire.

Source: Reversely Cable Knitting Scarf Pattern (www.knitaholics.com)

Learn and practice and one can make new patterns instead of the traditional cables for a trendy scarf.

Source: Mochi Cable Knitting Scarf Pattern (i.pinimg.com)

One can simply tackle this knitting pattern and create a personalized cabled scarf.


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