IKnit: Intrepid Cables -- Off the Beaten Path
Cabled fashions take on every twist and turn in this knit collection for the alternative wardrobe. Three sweaters, a skinny skirt, and two fashion accessories take knitted cables in new directions to put the adventure back in knitting. 6 intermediate-skill designs made using medium weight yarn: Cabled Weekend Tunic (for finished chest measurements of 36", 38", 40" & 42"), Asymmetric Cowl Vest (for 33", 37", 41", 45" & 49"), Cropped Cable-Edged Jacket (for 36", 40" & 44"), Cabled Skirt (31" long, for hips 37", 40.5", 43.5" & 50"), Victorian Neck Warmer with button front (9.25" long, for sizes S, M & L), and Cable Topped Purse with beading (16" wide x 9.5" high).
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BACK abbreviated C4B back ofwork Bind off remaining CABLE 4 BACK Cable Band cable marker cable needle cast on edge Center Panel marker Circular knitting crochet hook decrease one st Decrease row ending established pattern throughout established ribbing Grey Gusset hold at back hold at front K2 from cable K2 from left K2 tog Fig last 4 sts last st left needle loop Maintain established pattern MATERIALS Medium Weight Medium Weight Yarn needed for gauge needle and hold needle removing P2 tog place marker cable purl row raglan marker remaining sts remove marker repeat from once Repeat Rows Right Front right needle right side facing Row 1 Right Row 3 Decrease Row 9 row of Center seam second yarn Sewing needle Shaping Maintain established slip knot slip st st holder STITCH GUIDE CABLE Stockinette Stitch straight needles sts in pattern sts onto cable time(s twist wrong side row