Wednesday, July 25, 2012

My Apologies..

For my recent absence. I've been trying to keep up with life. I had a big thrifting adventure this past weekend and I can't wait to share what I found with you all. I'm just trying to get a ton of knitting done before Fondue Fest coming up in September. My table was quite sad last year. I still have Harry Potter necklaces to make, but for the life of me, I cannot find chains for them.

I hope you enjoy the latest free knitting pattern. I banged that one out yesterday. I felt one cable was not enough!

If you find any errors or have suggestions on how to improve a pattern, feel free to let me know.

And with that, off I go to knit some more, and drink some tea.

Please enjoy some adroableness from this weekend in my absence. This is Bambi, my aunt's dog.


Triple Cable Neckwarmer - Free Pattern


Triple Cable Neckwarmer



The yarns I used: Lion Brand Homespun in Marble and Red Heart Super Saver Solid in White, held together throughout project.

The needles I used:  Size 15s

I highlighted the cables in RED. Hopefully they’ll be easier to see.

CO 24 stitches

R1 – K3, P4, P2, P6, P2, P4, K3 (K3, P18, K3)
R2 – K3, K4, P2, K6, P2, K4, K3
R3 – K3, P4, P2, P6, P2, P4, K3 (K3, P18, K3)
R4 – K3, C2F, P2, K6, P2, C2F, K3
R5 – K3, P4, P2, P6, P2, P4, K3 (K3, P18, K3)
R6 – K3, K4, P2, K6, P2, K4, K3
R7 – K3, P4, P2, P6, P2, P4, K3 (K3, P18, K3)
R8 - K3, C2F, P2, C3F, P2, C2F, K3

C2F = Two stitches to cable needle, hold in front, knit next two stitches and then knit two from cable needle.

C3F = Three stitches to cable needle, hold in front, knit next three stitches and then knit three from cable needle.

Knit to desired length.

3 Buttonhole Row:
K3, YO, K2TOG, K2, P2, YO, K2TOG, K4, YO, P2, K2, K2TOG, YO, K3

4 Buttonhole Row:
K3, K1, YO, K2TOG, K1, P2, K3, YO, K2TOG, K1, P2, K2TOG, K1, YO, K1, K3

Continue on to WS, continue in pattern.
Then BO on right side.

Add buttons!

If you find any errors, let me know ASAP! Or even if you have suggestions to improve this design.

If you enjoy this pattern, feel free to share with friends, and sell what you make, but please don’t claim as your own.

ThriftyRedhead