I'm A Ravelry Designer - It's Offical!

Vicki Hodge

Posted on September 08 2016

How posh does that sound!  What is actually means is that I've posted a free pattern for my Mustard Cable Neck-Warmer on there!

I like making up my own patterns for things and people are always asking me for the patterns for the things I have for sale in the shop.  Now, instead of having to apologise and say I don't have one I can point them to Ravelry - as long as it's just the neck-warmer for the moment!

I will make a point of writing things down now and add them on.  It's probably a good discipline and will definitely save me swearing at myself the following year when I want to make something again and have to work it all out again!

Are you on Ravelry?  Shall we become friends?  That would be nice xx

Here's the pattern, in case you aren't a member.  Also here as a pdf.

Mustard Cable Neck-warmer

You can use any aran weight yarn for this pattern as it knits to the standard aran gauge.

Cast on 38 stitches.

Rows 1-4 Knit in garter stitch (all rows in knit stitch)

Row 5 - k1, p1, k4, p1, k6, p1, k4, p1, k6, p1, k4, p1, k4

Row 6 - k5, p4, k1, p6, k1, p4, k1, p6, k1, p4, k5

Rows 7 to 10 - repeat rows 5 & 6 2 more times

Row 11 - k4, p1, k4, p1, c6f, p1, k4, p1, c6b, p1, k4, p1, k4

Repeat rows 6 to 11 until piece measures 20 inches

Row 12 to 15 - repeat row 11, 5, 6 & 7

Row 16 to 19 knit in garter stitch

cast off purlwise

To make the button loops I crocheted a chain the length I needed for the buttons I wanted to use.  You could also use ribbon or a plaited length of the yarn you used.

Please feel free to use this pattern for personal use but not for commercial gain.  Thank you

© The Crafting Place 2016

2 comments

  • Nicola Davies: December 21, 2016

    I have realised that on row 5 the first K1 should read K4 and on row 6 it misses out a K6. Getting on with it now!!!

  • Nicola Davies: December 13, 2016

    I have just started to make this but I have two too many stitches when I get to the Row 5. I have counted my stitches several times. Where am I going wrong?

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