Alex In Cable Land Shawl
Go grab yourself one skein of the Loops and Threads Barcelona yarn by Michaels! It's all you'll need to make this amazing scarf with all the fabulous color changes. What's even better is that you just get to have fun crocheting and not worry about having to weave any ends but the first and last one. It's a life saver for a last minute project for that someone special whether it's a birthday gift or maybe a Christmas Present. Enjoy!
This is the male version of my Eternal Cable Scarf - a warm and fashionable neck wear for gentlemen. I designed it with solid cable stitches, silver accented dark color wool blended worsted weight yarn to create a sturdy and posh look. It's a fairly easy crochet project when you're used to cable stitches. In case you're not very familiar with crochet cables, I suggest that you read the Special Stitches section carefully. This mannish crochet scarf would be a great gift for any occasion.
This premium, written pattern is for an oversized cable scarf in four sizes. This is a profit-optimized pattern with a breakdown of pricing for both wholesale and retail markets. This scarf will take you back to a place where the times were quieter, softer and more peaceful. Wrap yourself in the luxury of this substantial scarf and feel embraced by coziness. Skill Level: INTERMEDIATE Sizes: Adult, Teen, Youth, child Construction: This pattern is stitched in rows. MATERIALS: 108-475 yds of super bulky (size 6) yarn, 10 mm (US N) crochet hook, scissors, tapestry needle US TERMINOLOCGY
However, if texture is what you really desire in a rectangle scarf, then this Celtic ropework-inspired pattern will be yopur thing. Overall, the twin lines of braided ropes give it a great depth of character. Indeed, the very strong texture will be a great accent for a plain black overcoat or heavy blazer. That said, it would also work very well with a smooth sweater.
The original pattern and the photos are available on withalexofficialblog.com blog:
My and my daughter love the idea of the Crochet Pocket shawl! I decided to make my daughter’s Pocket Shawl with a cable style. Sorta like the one I made myself, “the Cable pocket shawl” because my daughter liked mine so much. But I decided for hers I went with more of a basic row repeat to give it more of a cable line look and feel. I really like how the Starfish stitch looks in this design! How about you