this will be a page in pancakes blog for free mostly crocheting but also knitting and sewing patterns.

hope that i’ll be able to give present some of my favorite patterns for extra cute creations.!

but that means i should also show my own creations, and right now there is actually not enough time for anything else but studying…

but we’ll see


ok, so i was searching for an easy scarf pattern for my lovely pink candy yarn and i bumbed into this great free project in Stich DC blog .

It was really nice and easy to make and now I have this cable scarf !

here is a picture of my scarf, you can  see the colour I chose.


And here is the pattern copied from Marie Connolly from Stitch DC who was kind enough to share it.  (:


designed by Marie Connolly

Materials: 1 skein Cascade Magnum, US 19 Knitting Needle, Cable Needle, Darning Needle and Large Pom-Pom Maker.

(I used 1 ball of  pink-red candy yarn, 8 mm knitting needles and a 3rd 7mm needle for the cables )

With large needle, cast on 12 stitches.

Row 1: Purl

Row 2: Knit

Row 3: CF8 (slip 4 stitches on cable holder, hold in front, knit 4 stitches from left hand needle, k4 from cable holder), K4

Row 4: Purl

Row 5: Knit

Row 6: Purl

Row 7: Knit

Row 8: Purl

Row 9: K4, CB8 (slip 4 stitches onto cable needle, hold in back, knit 4 stitches from left hand needle, k4 from cable needle)

Row 10: Purl

Row 11: Knit

Row 12: Purl

Row 13: Knit

Row 14: Purl

Repeat from row 3 to row 14 until desired length.

To Finish, work row 3, 4, and 5 and bind off.

Cinch cast on and cast off edges and attach large pom-pom.

(I just added some crocheted flowers (:  )

Weave in ends and Enjoy.
Posted by Marie from Stitch  DC»

It was really easy to make and I really suggest you get started on it!

Have fun!!