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Allegras Scarf

By: Carol Sunday from Sunday Knits

Looking for classic knit scarf patterns that are feminine and striking? Let us introduce you to this beautiful Allegras scarf from knitwear designer Carol Sunday. Made up mostly of the basic stockinette stitch, this timeless pattern features wide, alternating cables. The final result creates a scarf with tiny puckers, similar to the high fashion scarves found in the store. Get this popular look for much less by making your own unique accessory.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

 

For more free knitting patterns from Carol Sunday, check out her company page: Sunday Knits.

 

Finished Size: 90" by 3.5"

Gauge: 26 sts and 34 rows= 4" in St st

 

Stitch Guide:
Stockinette stitch (St st): Knit one row, purl one row.
9/9RC: place 9 sts onto cn and hold in back, k9, then k9 from cn
9/9LC: place 9 sts onto cn and hold in front, k9, then k9 from cn

Glossary:
BO: bind off
CO: cast on
cn: cable needle
k: knit
LC: left cable
p: purl
RC: right cable
RCR: right cable row
rep: repeat
St st: stockinette stitch
st: stitch
sts: stitches
WS: wrong side

Materials:

  • Sunday Knits 3-ply in Angelic, Eden, Nirvana or Brigadoon:
    • 2 50g skeins. (492 yds) Note: Scarf shown in Eden petal
  • Size 4 needles (3.5 mm)
  • Cable needle or double pointed needle, tapestry needle

 

Instructions:

Scarf is made in one length. Stitch pattern is stockinette (knit one row, purl

one row) with wide alternating cables.

Scarf

CO 40 sts.
Row 1 (WS): Purl
Work in St st for 38 rows.
Right cable row - side 1 (RCR-1): K2, 9/9RC, k20.
Work St st for 31 rows.
Left cable row - side 1 (LCR-1): K20, 9/9LC, k2.
Work St st for 31 rows.
Rep RCR-1. Work 27 rows St st.
Rep LCR-1. Work 27 rows St st.
Rep RCR-1. Work 23 rows St st.
Rep LCR-1. Work 23 rows St st.
*[Rep RCR-1. Work 21 rows St st.
Rep LCR-1. Work 21 rows St st.]
Rep from * one more time.
Rep RCR-1. Work 39 rows St st.
Right cable row - side 2 (RCR-2): K20, 9/9RC,k2.
Work St st for 21 rows.
Left cable row - side 2 (LCR-2): K2, 9/9LC, k20.
Work St st for 21 rows.
Rep RCR-2. Work 21 rows St st.
Rep LCR-2. Work 21 rows St st.
Rep RCR-2. Work 23 rows St st.
Rep LCR-2. Work 23 rows St st.
Rep RCR-2. Work 27 rows St st.
Rep LCR-2. Work 27 rows St st.
Rep RCR-2. Work 31 rows St st.
Rep LCR-2. Work 31 rows St st.
Rep RCR-2. Work 39 rows St st.
BO.

 

Finishing
Rinse or wash in warm water, drape loosely to dry.
Weave in loose ends.

  

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Would like to add garter stitch border to prevent edges curling. How would this affect the overall pattern and drape?

Do you cast on all the stitches on the double pointed needles? I think you could use the straight needles to knit the cable but I am not much wrried about working on the DPNs.

No, the dp's are optional if you don't use a cable needles. the scarf is knit on straight needles the cable or dp's are just for the cables. hope this helps someone.

I would like to make this scarf but not with double pointed needles. Can I do this with regular needles? And what size? Thank you!

It is knit on size 4 straight needles. You only need the double points for working the cable stitches; you can also use a cable needle instead of the double points to make the cables.

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