A wonderful and unique way to work cables that is easier than traditional cable work in crochet. This scarf matches with the Autumn Roads Beanie pattern, which you can view on our blog post here.
I love how this looks super cozy for all the cold days and works for both men and women (boys and girls!) alike. If you love cables but aren’t ready to jump into triple crochets, twisted stitches, and skipping several stitches at once, then give this method a try! If you know how to work single crochets, chains, and feel confident after watching the video plus reading the instructions on the stitch, you can definitely make this scarf! Both the Autumn Roads Scarf and the Beanie are made flat, in rows, instead of in the round (as most beanies are). This makes the cable stitch work up nicely.
We have a great detailed video on how to work the stitch here.
#5 Chunky weight yarn (we used Paintbox
Yarns Chunky Pots in Harvest) about 1.75 “pots”
Scissors Tapestry needle
Stitch markers (optional)
Gauge 12 sc sts and 16 rows = 4×4” square
Sizing 65” long, 6” wide
Our patterns all share the same layout which is easy to read and easy to find important information you need, such as materials needed, sizing information, gauge information, and special stitches used as well as how to do them. These stitches often come with an accompanying video for further clarification.