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Braided Loaves Scarf

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Follow these scarf knitting instructions to create this delectable looking Braided Loves Scarf. Doesn't the cable design remind you of a freshly baked loaf of bread? What makes this pattern even more visually striking is the way that the cables are framed between rows of seed stitch. I don't know about you but I think this scarf makes a great autumn accessory.

Braided Loaves Scarf
Braided Loaves Scarf
This image courtesy of Luisafelice.blogspot.com

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size: 10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I like the pattern but can't seem to find the amount of yarn that I will need. nonnivote

I also don't understand the 8 st cable. should it read 6 sts ? Thanks

re the cables 2 stitches are on a cable needle at the back, knit two then knit the two on the needle (thats 4 sts) you do the same with the cable needle on the front 2 sts, 2 con cable needle, 2 on cable needle, 2 sts -=8 sts. If you need more help just e mail me!

i am having problems printing put this pattern.Only. page one and two show up on my printer preview...any answers? Mataki

I don't understand row 9. Where are the astericks?

I am new knitting cables. Can you explain how the cable stitch adds up to 8 stitches? When it says slip 2 sts, K2, K2 on the cable, I only count 6 stitches. Can you explain how there are 8 stitches? The scarf is beautiful, I want to try to make it.

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