Today I am featuring one of my very favorite cables ~ The Wavy Cable. This is a great cable stitch for edges or border work and has fantastic texture. The cable shown is worked over 6 stitches and repeating 12 rows. However, the number of stitches and rows can be modifed to suit your pattern.
The pattern requires using cable work held in front and in back while making cables.
For a refresher on how to make cables click here.
Row 1: K
Row 2: P
Row 3: C6B
Row 4: P
Row 5: K
Row 6: P
Row 7: K
Row 8: P
Row 9: C6F
Row 10: P
Row 11: K
Row 12: P
I have used modifications of this wavy pattern in several items. (I told you it was one of my favorites!)
Here it is used in a wine bottle cozy
And here in a warm scarflette: (the pattern is also available)
This cowl is fun and the pattern is also available!
And this pattern for wavy fingerless gloves will just amaze you at how easy they are!
So get your needles going and make some wavy cables today.
Warning: It is easy to get addicted.
Side effects include: looking at your co-workers sweaters trying to find cables, looking at patterns to see if you can fit cables in somewhere, and finding your cable needle in your pockets while doing laundry - and be careful! They can cause damage to your washer or dryer.
Next Week - Sprial Cables!
Looks like fun! I'll have to keep it in mind for after I take my kniting class in Feb!
I love teh fingerless gloves shown here!
Looks great Val - maybe some day I will try cables! I am still fascinated by socks at the moment :)
Thanks for sharing!
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