Free Knitting Pattern for Chestnut Street Cabled Scarf
This scarf features large diamond cable motifs at the ends of ribbed scarf. Use either written instructions or charts. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Purl Soho.
Chestnut Street Scarf
This scarf features a main cable design framed by other cable stitches in a 32 row repeat. Use either written instructions or charts. Aran weight yarn. Designed by Alexandra Davidoff for Lion Brand.
6Row Repeat Cable Scarf
Ribbed scarf with a simple cable creates an elegant scarf in a 6 row repeat. Because it’s ribbed, I think it is probaby reversible. Rated easy by the designer. Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Bernat.
Hill and Valley Cable Scarf
Timeless scarf with a stunning braided cable stitch design. The celtic-like cable pattern can be worked from chart or written instructions in a 32 row repeat. DK/ Worsted weight yarn. Designed by Patons.
Chickling Cable Scarf
This scarf is knit with a 16 row repeat of wandering cables with bobbles and v-shaped cables reminiscnent of bird racks. DK weight yarn. Designed by Paintbox Yarns.
Reversible Both Sides Now Scarf
This scarf is knit with lush cables in ribbing that makes this scarf look the same on both sides. Knit mostly in 2 row ribbing with a cable row every 10 rows. Quick knit in bulky yarn. Designed by Patons.
Book Ends Scarf
This easy scarf features a 2 row seed stitch in the middle with 4 row repeat Mock Cable pattern on both ends, and finished with fringe. Rated easy by the designer. Quick knit in Bulky yarn. Designed by Yarnspirations.
Easy 4 Row Repeat Cabled Scarf
This easy scarf features an 4 row repeat pattern of 4 cables and is embellished with pompoms. Quick knit in Super Bulky yarn. Designed by Keira Wiggins.