A simple cable and lace pattern worked at a 45 degree angle to create a pretty scarf that highlights your favorite gradient.
As with most scarves, gauge is not critical for this pattern. It could easily be customized using a heavier weight of yarn. Remember that a heavier weight will also affect the width of the scarf.
Basic knitting skills
Simple increases and decreases
Following pattern from words or chart
Stitches used / Abbreviations
k - knit
k2tog - knit 2 sts together
kw - knitwise - insert needle as if to knit
m1 - make 1 st by lifting the bar between the next 2 sts, and knitting into the back of it.
p - purl
pm - place marker
pw - purlwise - insert needle as if to purl
sl - slip
sm - slip marker
ssk - sl1kw, sl1pw, k2 slipped sts together tbl
st(s) - stitch(es)
tbl - through the back loop
yo - yarn over
2/2 RC - slip 2 sts to cable needle, hold in back of work, k2, k2 from cable needle