A new twist on cables
If you've been knitting for a while, you know that cables are one of those really popular techniques that look hard to do, but are actually pretty basic. But what if there was an easier, simpler, cuter, tinier way to make cables?
Check out my new tutorial where I teach you a technique called the "right-twist," and then you can test it out yourself using this basic scarf pattern. :)
Row 4: (RS) K2tog without pulling the stitches off your needle. Knit back into the first stitch, creating another stitch. Pull the original K2tog off of your needle. Congrats! You've made your first Right Twist! Purl the next two stitches, and continue in this pattern for the rest of the row.