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    Crochet Cable Scarf - Has the look of being knitted...

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      Crochet Cable Scarf - Has the look of being knitted (do in one color instead of two)

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      Two Tone Cable Scarf - Crochet Pattern (PDF) - INSTANT DOWNLOAD

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      Crochet Cable Scarf - Has the look of being knitted...

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      Two Tone Cable Scarf pattern by Kim Miller

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    2-way cabled vest/cowl - *Inspiration* this one is knit but you could easily crochet this so pull out your favorite scarf pattern and get to crocheting. You may need to adjust the width of the scarf. Once your scarf is long enough, wrap it around yourself and tack the ends to each other then tack the 2 back edges to each other, take it off and sew where you tacked using matching yarn.