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eaon2002
« on: December 23, 2009 09:25:18 AM »

Mild conditions here in Houston Texas prevent most of us from wearing scarves.  Its really a sad occasion.  If you knew how many scarves I have that I don't wear and refuse to "give away" to good friends who live in colder climates.... 
I wanted to practice this stich, because one day, I *will* make a sweater out of it.  So a wingspan of practice, and im sure im ready... Now I just need to spend the oodles of money to get some non-cheapo yarn, because I refuse to have my first "im-actually-gonna-and-wanna" wear it sweater to be made out of crud... yes I'm gonna be a snob.
Ok so back to this 70-something degree weather we are currently having here in Houston (while people are being snowed in in other parts of the same country.)  The scarf is made out of Sugars 'N Cream.  I figured it would be much less suffocating sporting a scarf that was cotton in 60 degree weather. 
Here goes....


Its actually a pretty simple pattern.  The cables are just a two to the back (total of four stitches for the cable) and a faggoting stitch.  Im not sure if that translates into an english equivalent, because i got the pattern out of a british magazine.
THANKS FOR LOOKING!
 






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silecet
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2009 05:30:31 AM »

Really nice !  Smiley
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