September 04, 2018 1 min read

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Kelley shares a quick and easy technique to knit both right and left leaning cables without a cable needle. She also shows how you can easily identify how many rows have been knit between each cabling section.

Here's a link to the project details for the McKenna Mitts. http://bit.ly/mckennamitts

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