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Old 01-15-2005, 10:15 PM   #1
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Knitting with loops
I saw a beautiful scarf made with Chenille isis yarn. It looked like it was knitted in stockinette stitch and incorporated a series of loops about 3/4" long, hanging off the front side of the work. The woman wearing it didn't know how it had been made but it was made by a friend of hers. I recall an old Beehive knitting pattern that had a stuffed poodle made with similar loops but can't figure out how to make them and have spent several hours searching old pattern books and the web. Any advice? Much appreciated.
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