These mini little cables are worked using an uneven cabling method. Usually, cables are worked by slipping two or so stitches onto a cable needle and then working the next two stitches from the lefthand needle, before working those two stitches from the cable needle. In this case, instead of splitting the stitches evenly into two and two, it's three and one!
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To knit the Mini Cables pattern, just follow this stitch pattern to the desired length:
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Mini Cables is a great stitch pattern for blankets, jumpers, scarves and cushions. Try working it in an aran yarn for quick progress.
Next week, learn how to knit Busy Bees! Check out our previous Sunday Stitches right here.
Have a lovely, knitting-filled Sunday!