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Knitting

Knitting

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Published by Erika Ferenczi
Knitting
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Published by: Erika Ferenczi on Jan 19, 2013
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Page 1 of 8 ©2006 Y. Kao/CogKnition. All rights reserved. Found an error? Email yvonne@spamcop.net.
Achernar features delicate, interlocking cables worked in asport-weight yarn. This medium-sized scarf looks great withthe Shedir hat in Knitty’s breast cancer awareness mini-issue.
 
Page 2 of 8Like the pattern? Please consider making a small donation to support the designer.http://www.cogknition.org/patterns/
materials
finished size
Approx. 6in/15cm wide by 54in/135cm long without fringe
yarn
3 skeins Gedifra Cashmerino (58% merino wool, 30% acrylic,12% superwash cashmere; 146yds/135m per 1.75oz/50gball), shown in color #1446
Note:
This pattern looks best if it is aggressively blocked open tohighlight the cables and reduce the fabric's natural tendency tocurl. When choosing a substitute yarn, make sure to choose onethat can be blocked; yarns with a higher percent of acrylic maynot work well for this pattern.
gauge
Approx. 24 sts/32 rows = 4in/10cm across both Pattern Aand Pattern B
Note:
Exact gauge for this project is not important. However, be sureto wash and block your swatch before checking gauge.
needles
1 set US 4/3.5mm 16” needles, or size needed to obtaingaugeCable needle
Note:
This project will go a lot faster if you can cable without a cableneedle. For instructions on how to cable without a cableneedle, visit:Wendy Knits (http://wendyknits.net/knit/cablelesson.htm)Grumperina (http://www.grumperina.com/cables.htm)
 
Page 3 of 8 ©2006 Y. Kao/CogKnition. All rights reserved. Found an error? Email yvonne@spamcop.net.
directions
Achernar has three sections: four set up rows; the mainbody of the scarf, which consists of alternating stretches ofPattern A and Pattern B; and five end rows.
set up rows
 
1.
 
Cast on 43 stitches.2.
 
(RS) Slip the first stitch knitwise, then [p1, k1] to the end.3.
 
(WS) Slip the first stitch purlwise, then *[k1, p1] twice, m1,k1, p1, k1, p1. Repeat from * until 2 sts remain, k1, p1.4.
 
Slip the first stitch knitwise, then p1, *k1, p1, T2F, T2B, p1,k1, p1. Repeat from * until last stitch, k1.5.
 
Slip the first stitch purlwise, then knit the knits and purlthe purls as they face you.
main scarf body
 
6.
 
Work 5 repeats of Pattern A.7.
 
Work 4 repeats of Pattern B.8.
 
Repeat steps 6-7 5 more times, or until scarf is approx.4.5in/11.25cm shorter than desired length.9.
 
Work 5 repeats of Pattern A.
end rows
 
10.
 
(RS) Slip the first stitch knitwise, then p1, *k1, p2, C2B, p2,k1, p1. Repeat from * until last stitch, p1.11.
 
(WS) Slip the first stitch purlwise, then knit the knits andpurl the purls as they face you.

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