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« on: June 08, 2008 12:49:51 PM »

In Shape magazine's Jan '08 issue, page 138 there was a scarf that had cables branching up it like entwined tree roots.  It says its a "White + Warren" scarf, I can't get a pic anywhere.  I was wondering if anyone knows where that pattern came from, or what designer did it.  Or could figure out a pattern from a pic. --except I can't locate it!  Sorry, i've looked all over the net for a cable pattern that resembles it.... I saw it in the magazine at the library and scrawled down the name and above info, but now I can't find a pic of it or any other scarf that looks like it.  Any1??
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« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2008 05:00:15 PM »

Its actually on their website:



That's cute. I'll try looking for it a bit later after I get home from work.

Speaking of White + Warren, I love the look they call Gramercy Place. That's a hot cardi!
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« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2008 09:22:24 AM »

 Grin OHHHH what a good idea- check the website of the magazine!  Man, I feel stupid.  I did all this searches (you know...."White + Warren cashmere scarf", or "cable scarf in Shape magazine", ect.)  Guess I figured if it didn't pop up on yahoo, google, ask.com or flikr, then it wouldn't!!

Ok, so let me know what you think.... if you've seen a pattern like it b4 or what.  I was thinking that the outer "branches" looked a little bigger than the middle 2?  Maybe like they would be 5 sts, and the middle's would be 4?  I can't really tell on the edges... prob. just rev. St st? Thanks fer finding that pic!
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« Reply #3 on: June 10, 2008 12:31:51 PM »

I have seen a pattern like it before, but just can't place the exact one.

This one comes close, though.

http://www.knittingfool.com/pages/stCatalog2.guest.cfm?StitchID=1188&name=Cable%20Motif&numofst=18&stplus=0&rows=22&rplus=0&sym=0

Its close because its got the randomness of the cable connections down, but I think it might be a 4 or 5 st cable in some places, and only 3 in others.

The border sneakily does look like a reverse st st like you said - though it could also the scarf curling. Its one of those times I wish I saw one in another color - anything but black or brown would make the design pop more!
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