Yep, that's right--another pattern! I'm excited to be included in the latest Holla Knits Accessories Collection and here's my contribution: Chucheria.
Sometimes you want something understated--and sometimes you want just the opposite. This scarf has a lot going on, combining some of my favorite design elements: cables, stripes, and garter stitch. It knits up FAST in a chunky weight--I got another chance to work with my favorite Baltimore-based dyer, Neighborhood Fiber Co!--and is so toasty warm.
It starts from a provisional cast on, and uses elongated (double wrapped) stitches to easily pull the cables across the contrast stripes. Slipped stitches on either side give it a neat edge, and a quick Kitchener Stitch when you're done gives you an infinity scarf that can be worn long to show off the details or double wrapped for extra warmth.
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