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How to Knit a Cable Heart


How to Knit a Cable Heart

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Today’s Cable Heart Stitch Pattern is an interlocking design in vertical panels that can be knitted to make up so many fun projects. See how pretty they look in my new Cable Heart Knit Scarf Pattern! Additionally, multiple panels can create a blanket of any size. It’s fun to see the cable heart design emerge as you knit. Knitting heart designs make it an extra special project filled with love.

Keep reading to get all your materials, techniques, and free written pattern instructions to knit this pattern flat on straight needles. Get your printable version in my popular paid “Knit Hearts Pattern Book” on Etsy or Ravelry.

WATCH CABLE HEART VIDEO INTRODUCTION

CABLE HEART KNITTING PATTERN

Click to Play Step-by-Step Video Tutorial

PRINTABLE KNITTING PATTERN for the Cable Heart WANT THE FREE WRITTEN PATTERN? Keep scrolling, it’s up next! PURCHASE KNIT HEARTS PATTERN E-BOOK

Download my entire digital “Knit Hearts Pattern Book” on Etsy or Ravelry to get my Cable Heart printable pattern and knitting chart, along with 5 more of my popular designs in one printable digital e-book for just $3.80. A great way to support my work here at Studio Knit! TECHNIQUES + ABBREVIATIONS for CABLE HEART There are 6 different cable stitches in this pattern. I have created the pattern with a color-coded system to easily discern the different cable stitches. Hope it helps you! SLIP KNOT

BO = Bind Off

CO = Cast On

K = Knit

P = Purl WATCH VIDEO FOR HELP WITH THESE CABLE STITCHES

C4B = Slip 2 Hold Back > Knit 2 + Knit 2 from Cable Needle

C4F = Slip 2 Hold Front > Knit 2 + Knit 2 from Cable Needle

CR4B = Slip 2 Hold Back > Knit 2 + Purl 2 from Cable Needle

CL4F = Slip 2 Hold Front > Purl 2 + Knit 2 from Cable Needle

CR3B = Slip 1 Hold Back > Knit 2 + Purl 1 from Cable Needle

CL3F = Slip 2 Hold Front > Purl 1 + Knit 2 from Cable Needle WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS for CABLE HEART Cast On in Multiples 24 Garter Edge: You may wish to start with a garter edge to begin. In my examples, I added 4 rows of the knit stitch before starting the cable heart pattern. SET UP ROWS Row 1: K2, P4, K2, C4B, C4F, K2, P4, K2 Row 2: K6, P12, K6

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CABLE HEART REPEAT ROWS

Row 3: K2, P4, CR4B, K4, CL4F, P4, K2

Row 4: K6, P2, K2, P4, K2, P2, K6

Row 5: K2, P3, CR3B, P2, C4B, P2, CL3F, P3, K2

Row 6: K5, P2, K3, P4, K3, P2, K5

Row 7: K2, P2, CR3B, P3, K4, P3, CL3F, P2, K2

Row 8: K4, P2, K4, P4, K4, P2, K4

Row 9: K2, P2, K2, P4, C4B, P4, K2, P2, K2

Row 10: K4, P2, K4, P4, K4, P2, K4

Row 11: K2, P2, CL4F, C4B, C4F, CR4B, P2, K2

Row 12: K6, P12, K6

Repeat Cable Heart Rows 3 – 12 until your piece is the length you desire and bind off.

KNITTING CHART for CABLE HEART

PURCHASE KNIT HEARTS PATTERN E-BOOK

Download my entire digital “Knit Hearts Pattern Book” for $3.80 on Etsy or Ravelry.

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