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Woven Cable Earwarmers


I just finished my Woven Cable Earwarmers by Erica and Eleanor! Well, I actually went with a variation on it. The pattern calls for 18 stitches of cable area, but I only had 12 and one less cable on each cable row. I did the edge the same way as the pattern, so instead of 26 stitches, I had 20 stitches. I LOVE how this turned out! I think it is just as cute as if I had followed the pattern!

This was a super fun, quick knit for me. For whatever reason, I was just itching to do some cables. I keep seing pictures on instagram and pinterest of knitting with cables in it. They lookes so squishy, and it has been a while since I've done something with cables. This was the perfect project to satisfy that itch.

The cables look so intricate yet they were so easy to create. This pattern is great for fooling someone into thinking you're a better knitter than you are. I really impressed my aunt with these, but they were actually super easy and quick for me to knit. Cheers to cables! 

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