Aran Reversible Scarf
This design looks complex, but in reality is very easy. With only two written rows making up the six-row pattern repeat, it’s simple to memorize and fun to work. Using a ribbed reverse cable technique, cables are formed on both sides of the scarf simultaneously as you go along.
The pattern includes both written and charted instructions, so you can pick whichever is your favorite.
It's recommended you use a solid color. If using Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock, the solids are designated by an "NS" in the color number. If you want to make the scarf longer, you'll need a third skein.
Alternative yarns are Cascade Heritage Solids and Schachenmayr Merino Extrafine 170.
Notions: Cable needle, tapestry needle, removable stitch marker (optional), blocking wires and pins (optional)