12.03.2012

Kable Kuff: Adorn Anew's Final Pattern!

I can't believe it's already time for Adorn Anew's last pattern to be released... this year went by quickly! Without further ado, introducing Kable Kuff!
Kable Kuff
Want to learn the secrets of reversible cables? Kable Kuff will teach you all about them... and then surprise you with the addition of beads! You’ll get to chose if you want to alternate 2 colors of beads, or go all out with a new color on each cable! The photo above shows Kable Kuff in the two color version.
Kable Kuff
This version has different color beads on each cable!
Kable Kuff
Here are three versions... all in a row. (thanks Justine for letting me borrow yours!)
This basic pattern will hopefully inspire you to play with your yarn and beads and see what you can come up with! I'd start the first one you make with two colors, and learn the technique. The cuffs above are worked in lace weight so you might decide you want to try first with fingering weight yarn and larger needles to learn the technique... once you have it down try with lace weight for a delicate version! This is a great technique to use whenever you are doing something new... larger yarn, bigger needles, and some patience are sometimes all you need to have knitting success!

As with many of the patterns in Adorn Anew, Kable Kuff is a great for gift knitting, and since it only takes 16 yards... you'll be able to get one knit in a night.  I bet you have a few people on your list this could be perfect for!

Kable Kuff is available both individually and as part of Adorn Anew! 

11 comments:

  1. You've read my mind! ...as I've recently been thinking about cables in jewelry pieces! Thank you for this -- I can't wait to get started with a Kable Kuff!

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    1. It's a seriously fast, fun knit... and such a joy to watch those beads curve on the cable!

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  2. Love it! Can't wait to make one!

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  3. RachelG (ArchyKnitr on Ravelry)December 3, 2012 at 1:25 PM

    Nice! It's on my list!

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    1. Probably not this one... though I am so glad you like it!

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  5. beads and cables, amazing!! What a beautiful gift idea, for sure.

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  6. very nice with this sparkling touch!

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