Cable Knitting Patterns
Bare Naked Wools by Knitspot
These cozy mittens in four adult sizes (XS/S/M/L) will appeal to any friend or family member who loves a rugged, outdoorsy look. The fabric design is worked in larger sections of contrasting texture to make great use of a marled or speckled yarn and of course, a solid or heathered shade as well. The yummy, two-tone cable adds just a bit more depth and interest. This is easy knitting at its best—almost every round of the pattern is worked the same, so it makes a great beginner or travel project.
This handsome cap in three sizes (S/M/L) will be a fall and winter favorite when knit in a bouncy, sport weight yarn of natural fibers. Worked in appealing knit/purl textures and accented with simple cable details, there is plenty to make this project fly along while keeping the knitter engaged. This design marries well with all types of yarns from solids and heathers to those with subtle gradients shifts.
A rich cable and lace motif is the perfect way to showcase a soft trophy yarn. In this scarf or stole, background eyelets illuminate a curvy foreground pattern accented by twists for depth. The resulting fabric is airy and light, yet offers luxuriant drape and texture when worked in an exotic fiber blend—it also shows an equally pretty pattern on the reverse side. The stitchwork here is deceptively undemanding and fairly intuitive, with just sixteen rows to the pattern.
In the coldest of seasons, a sturdy pair of mittens in a dense, impenetrable fabric will keep hands much warmer than gloves. Add a heavily cabled panel along the top to maximize their wind resistance and you won’t want to leave home without them. This pair are knit with squishy worsted weight wool in six sizes (XXS/XS/S/M/L/XL) for children, teens, and adults.
A casual-fitting unisex sweater available to knit in seven sizes (XS/S/M/L/1X/2X/3X), The slightly-dropped shoulder, easy gansey neck, and torso shaping make this a stylish favorite of both men and women. The body is knit in a fascinating knit/purl maze pattern, accented with cable panels. Sweater is worked in the round to the underarm, then split to work the front and back yokes flat. Sleeves are knit flat and seamed.
An A-line coat or jacket to knit in 8 sizes (XS/S/M/L/1X/2X/3X/4X) and two lengths featuring oversized hourglass cables along side seams and raglan shaping, with garter stitch hems and front edges. The high, slouchy collar can be buttoned up to form a self cowl or opened to spread over the shoulders. Worked in lofty worsted or chunky weight yarn, this garment knits up super fast to provide a cocoon of warmth for late fall and winter weather.
Sweater Pattern: Pedal Pusher
Nothing feels better than a cozy fall sweater except one that is as light as it is warm. This cozy, unisex cardigan in nine sizes (XS/S/M/L and 1X through 5X) is just that—substantial enough to take you from September through March but so wearable when knit from a lofty worsted weight wool yarn.
Sweater Pattern: Sticks and Stones
The ultimate in versatility - this unisex design comes in nine #sizeinclusive options (S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X, 6X) to knit as a vest, cardigan, or pullover in sport weight yarn. Since all the options look equally fabulous on both men and women, this is one design you'll find yourself using again and again.
Sugar Floss Cowl
I can’t stop obsessing over its textural fabric that's such a dream to wear ⛅This fluffy cowl reminds me of that ultimate sign of spring —dandelion brushes, wind-whipped into sweet cotton candy cables and openwork. ⠀ ⠀ Pattern: Sugar Floss ⠀ Yarn: Chebris Sport Creme ⠀ #knitcowl #knittersofinstagram #knitting #cowl #knitstagram #knit #knittingaddict #knittersgonnaknit #knittersofravelry #knitknitknit