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Broomstick Crochet Lace Scarf Class

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Debi Botteron Lawson will teach us how to make a beautiful scarf, lacy and textured, with the age-old broomstick crochet method. As you choose the piece you will be making, you should think about making a cowl, longer infinity scarf, or just a regular scarf with fringe. Also if you use a solid color, you […]

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Herringbone Ruffled Cowl

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Source: Herringbone Ruffled Cowl via YarnDesignersBoutique on Craftsy I find the Herringbone stitch pretty interesting because it looks more like woven fabric, than knit. Some people would even say it looks crocheted! It’s only a 2 row repeat so it gets easier as you do it. Yarn: Super Bulky weight 80 to 90 yds. I […]

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Turtleback Fitted Shrug Pattern

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Source: Turtleback Fitted Shrug via YarnDesignersBoutique on Craftsy Yarn: 1,050 yards of worsted weight yarn for small/medium – Add 150 yards for large/X-large. Pictured shawl is made from Simply Soft Shadows, 0005 Soft Merino color and it took 7 skeins. Needles all 29” or 36” circular knitting needles: Size 6 (4 mm) Size 9 (5.5mm) […]

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Feza Ripple Scarf

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Source: Feza Ripple Scarf via YarnDesignersBoutique on Craftsy Buy the yarn for this scarf from Yarn Designers Boutique and get the pattern FREE. (Just ask for “FEZA RIPPLE SCARF PATTERN” in the notes box when you order online.) MATERIALS: 1 ball Alp Premier or Alp Dazzle You can also use Alp Light with size 10 […]

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Flora Fina Keyhole Scarf Pattern

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Source: Flora Fina Garter Keyhole Scarf via YarnDesignersBoutique on Craftsy Materials: 1 skein Flora Fina by Pagewood Farms (sample shown in Black) Size 15 short needles Flora Fina is an art yarn brought in by Pagewood Farms from Argentina. In California, Pagewood Farms does the hand dyeing and has hand made needle felted flowers needle […]

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