This is certainly no ordinary reversible scarf. Heck, it’s not even an ordinary reversible cable — it has a dual cable motif, so that it looks different on each side!
The magic of Remy is that the cabling is only worked on one side, but somehow a different pattern magically appears on the reverse. This project is easy enough for a less experienced knitter, but still interesting for one that is a bit more experienced.
Instructions include modifications into a wrap or without the seed stitches framing the cables in the scarf. Cable pattern is both charted and written out. This design originally appeared in the Fall 2009 issue of Knitscene magazine.
8”/ 20.5 cm wide and 66”/ 1.7 m long
Approximately 535 yds/ 489 m worsted weight wool or wool blend yarn (allow more for longer scarf or wrap)
US 8/ 5 mm needles or size to obtain gauge
30 sts and 16 rows = 4”/10 cm in [k1, p1] rib, blocked
58 sts and 32 rows = 8”/ 20.5 cm wide and 5”/ 12.5 cm tall in pattern stitch worked twice, blocked.