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Rivulet Scarf, As Seen on Episode 301

Jul 16, 2009
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In Knitting Daily TV Episode 301, Eunny joins Shay and demonstrates a reversible cable-scarf designed by Rebecca Daniels. This scarf, featured in the Fall 2009 issue of Interweave Knits magazine, is shown in a wool version and a cotton version, making this scarf perfect for all seasons. Learn more about the yarns used in this project, Mission Falls 1824 Wool and Mission Falls 1824 Cotton. Eunny is seen demonstrating with Mission Falls 136 Merino Superwash.

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Juin wrote
on Nov 9, 2009 1:58 PM

By the way, I've figured out how to do the reversible cable scarf at http://allaboutyarn.biz/store/item/2xngk/All_About_Yarn_Patterns/Reversible_Cable_Scarf.html. It is actually quite easy to do. 


Juin wrote
on Nov 4, 2009 3:34 PM

Thanks so much for the video demo teaching me the reversible cable pattern.

Instead of the maroon Rivulet scarf pattern, I am looking for a more relaxed reversible cable scarf pattern that looks identical to this beautiful and soft looking scarf at http://allaboutyarn.biz/store/item/2xngk/All_About_Yarn_Patterns/Reversible_Cable_Scarf.html. 

The $6 reversible cable scarf pattern at allaboutyarn dot com doesn't seem to be downloadable. The pattern alone costs $6 plus $3 shipping which makes less sense to me.

Any help is appreciated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

cathie@5 wrote
on Sep 4, 2009 10:03 PM

I would love to hear where/how to locate that lovely silver gray cabled mobius shawl pattern that was "demonstrated" earlier in the week.  I believe it was on Shay Pendray's show but not sure.

MauraR wrote
on Aug 26, 2009 5:08 PM

For those of you who need a lesson on K1F&B (Knit One Front and Back) go to youtube.com and do a search for k1f&b - there is a really good video demo of k1f&b by knitwitch.

Has anyone started knitting this pattern yet? I am about to start row 17 with the 4 stitch cable. I'm not sure I understand the placement of the 4 stitch cable yet - why is there not a matching 4 stitch cable between the rows that contain the 12 stitch cables?I guess I will see how it comes out!

I checked out the recommended Mission Falls superwash yarn at the yarn store but it seemed slightly scratchy. I'm supersensitive to scratchy wool so I was afraid to try it. Has anyone used the recommended Mission Falls yarn? It is advertised as soft but I'm not sure. It looked nice and lofty and had nice color choices. I'd like to try the Mission Falls but it is a lot of work to knit a scarf I can't wear

It's nice to see an alternative reversible cable scarf pattern to the palindrome scarf that I could probably knit in my sleep.

I saw a mention of a "Cabled Moebius" pattern in the comments - I haven't searched for it yet. Does anyone have a pattern?

 

MauraR wrote
on Aug 26, 2009 5:08 PM

For those of you who need a lesson on K1F&B (Knit One Front and Back) go to youtube.com and do a search for k1f&b - there is a really good video demo of k1f&b by knitwitch.

Has anyone started knitting this pattern yet? I am about to start row 17 with the 4 stitch cable. I'm not sure I understand the placement of the 4 stitch cable yet - why is there not a matching 4 stitch cable between the rows that contain the 12 stitch cables?I guess I will see how it comes out!

I checked out the recommended Mission Falls superwash yarn at the yarn store but it seemed slightly scratchy. I'm supersensitive to scratchy wool so I was afraid to try it. Has anyone used the recommended Mission Falls yarn? It is advertised as soft but I'm not sure. It looked nice and lofty and had nice color choices. I'd like to try the Mission Falls but it is a lot of work to knit a scarf I can't wear

It's nice to see an alternative reversible cable scarf pattern to the palindrome scarf that I could probably knit in my sleep.

I saw a mention of a "Cabled Moebius" pattern in the comments - I haven't searched for it yet. Does anyone have a pattern?

 

Friedl wrote
on Aug 1, 2009 6:03 PM

To answer Norinem:   you can control how many pages print out.  When you select "print"  a sub-menu opens up and before you select "ok" to print, change the number of pages.  For instance, if you have a document with 3 pages, it will say Print Page 1 - 3  on your sub-menu.  You can change that to read Page 1 - 2.   If there are 10 pages and you want to print only page 7 and 9,  you type into the appropriate spot where it says "print pages" as follows:  7, 9.   (the page number, separated with a comma).  No matter how many pages there are, it will only print 7 and 9.

Does that help?  I hope so.  It puts YOU into the driver's seat, doesn't it?   Yes, it does involve that you glance over the document before you print it, but that takes only a slpit second.....    I get no royalties from this, but I understand  that companies need to get their word out....

 

Friedl B.

NOrineM wrote
on Jul 31, 2009 7:19 PM

Love the pattern, don't love the added page to the end of the pattern download printout. 

 

Please just have the actual pattern for the printouts, save paper and time.  The advertisers need their space also, I realize that, but that could be on the page introducing the pattern, and not on the printout.

 

Thanks, I think we all would appreciate not tacking an extra page (especially advertising, for printing out a pattern). 

Now we will have to determine the last page of pattern and only print up to that point. 

 

Thanks

lissisa2003 wrote
on Jul 30, 2009 10:59 AM

MaddyP,

I don't know if you've gotten an answer yet, but k1f&b mean to knit in to the front and back of one stitch, an increase.  I'm sure you can find plenty of tutorials online to show you exactly how to do it.

MaddyP wrote
on Jul 30, 2009 9:22 AM

okay - I may be in over my head - I am a relatively new knitter and have never actually done an entire cable project. I need HELP!!  In Row 4, what does k1f&b mean?

hsailormoon wrote
on Jul 30, 2009 8:47 AM

Well, I have been knitting the Palindrome Scarf for gifts all year long. Which is a 3 cabled reversible scarf. I love it, but oh my goodness does it get old, however great tv knitting.

This! However is BEAUTIFUL! I now know what I am going to enter for our next years County Fair for 2010! I just entered my green palindrome scarf... but this one is ten times more interesting (to me!).

I cannot wait to knit it! I need to figure out, who has yet to get a scarf from me again! ;D

Jan@190 wrote
on Jul 29, 2009 6:07 PM

To Lucille - I'd love to know where you found the pattern for the cabled Moebius.  i have been knitting a couple of my own variations of moebius but have nothing with that extra texture to it!

essdodge wrote
on Jul 29, 2009 2:42 PM

To Cigonzales -- The difference between a 1 x 1 rib and the seed stitch "chart" is the number of stitches you cast on.  Even number of stitches will be the rib, but if you cast on an odd number and follow the chart, then you would have the seed stitch because you are knitting the "opposite" of what you knit before. This scarf pattern casts on 40 stitches, so you'll get a 1x1 rib. Hope that  makes sense!

essdodge wrote
on Jul 29, 2009 2:37 PM
Cigonzales wrote
on Jul 29, 2009 2:19 PM

Thanks!  Just what I've been looking for ... but I have a question about the chart  (yes -- I've already started knitting this pattern).

Empty blocks = k on RS, p on WS.  Vice versa on blocks with a dot.

But won't the chart as written provide a seed stitch background instead of a 1x1 rib?

For example, on row 1 -- the first block on the right of the 12 st cable is empty: knit. On row 2 -- the first block is dottted: knit.

Won't this yield seed stitch instead of 1x1 rib?

 

What don't I understand????

on Jul 29, 2009 12:30 PM

The timing of the Rivulet scarf is really interesting: I just completed a Moebius scarf with reversible cables!  Absolutely mind-boggling!