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  • Windsor Warmer

    By Cecily Glowik MacDonald, from New England Knits . A long scarf knitted side to side with buttons and buttonholes along the edges offers a variety of options for wear. Wear it unbuttoned like a traditional scarf or fasten the buttons and wrap it a few times around your head and neck as a cowl. A sophisticated...
    Posted to new england knits by emanuszak on Jun 23, 2010
    Filed under: interweave books, new england knits, cecily glowik macdonald, scarf
  • Northampton Neckerchief

    By Cirilia Rose, from New England Knits . This kerchief is a classic square shawl shape, but worked on a smaller scale that can be folded into a triangle and tied or pinned for a sweet little accessory and a toasty neck. A lace edging, yarnover increases, and beaded detail provide a simple but polished...
    Posted to new england knits by emanuszak on Jun 23, 2010
    Filed under: interweave books, new england knits, cirilia rose, scarf
  • Turnaround Stole

    This sweater can be found in Lily Chin's book, Power Cables . This stole demonstrates yet another reversible faux cable. Instead of crossing sets of stitches over one another, the rib stitches placed on a cable needle on a cable needle do a 180° turn. The brushed baby alpaca yarn makes the piece...
    Posted to Power Cables by emanuszak on May 7, 2010
    Filed under: Lily Chin, Interweave Books, Power Cables, #5-Bulky, scarf, wrap
  • Reversible Honeycomb Scarf

    This sweater can be found in Lily Chin's book, Power Cables . This reversible scarf includes the same honeycomb and rope cable patterns as the V-Neck Pullover on page 24 but is worked reversibly. The scarf is worked in a thinner yarn for more drape and detail, and the twisted ribs offer even more...
    Posted to Power Cables by emanuszak on May 7, 2010
    Filed under: Lily Chin, Interweave Books, Power Cables, scarf, #3-DK
  • Widening-Rib Cabled Scarf

    This pattern can be found in Lily Chin's book, Power Cables . Everyone needs one good cashmere scarf. Simple enough to make for several gifts (and for yourself) yet interesting to knit, this scarf will look great in a wide range of colors. It’s also quick work in a chunky yarn and large needles...
    Posted to Power Cables by emanuszak on May 7, 2010
    Filed under: Lily Chin, Interweave Books, Power Cables, #5-Bulky, scarf
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