Clive Cabled Tie PATTERN
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Clive Cabled Tie PATTERN Clive Cabled Tie PATTERN

Clive Cabled Tie PATTERN

Here is a modern take on a simple tie—a little four-stitch cable running vertically in the midst of one-by-one ribbing. This skinny tie is both modern and reminiscent of nostalgic looks from the 50s. The colorful cable is knitted into the tie using the intarsia technique. And surprise the cable disappears inside the knot at the neck. So enjoy this rather playful pattern and create a fun tie for a rather playful fellow, or for yourself.

This pattern is nicely printed on card stock in a handy pocket size. A list of all abbreviations, and glossary of terms are included.

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$10

Yarn:
This tie pattern was designed for the following yarns. Click here to see 6 color options and to purchase yarn.

Brown Sheep’s Nature Spun Fingering, 100% Wool
Absorbs perspiration while resisting water; keeps you warm, yet breathes; is odor resistant; returns to its original shape after being stressed; resists UV light; and is sustainable.

Skeins needed for this pattern: 1 in each color, total 2

Gauge: 9 sts and 13 rows = 1”/2.5cm in seed stitch

Suggested Needles and Notions: 
The following are recommended but not included in the kit.  

  • US1/2.25mm double-pointed needle*
  • Stitch Markers

* or size needed to obtain gauge

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This pattern is also available as a kit. To see kit options in 4 colorways click here.

The kit for this accessory, complete with pattern and yarn, comes in a backpack-style project bag. On the front of the backpack is a zippered pouch with a porthole. You can insert the ball of yarn from which you’re knitting and run the yarn through the porthole, so if you like, you can even knit while walking down the street.

Backpack-style project bag in two views: on model and showing contents - James Cox Knits

Note: needles and handsome guy not included.

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