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Old 09-08-2013, 01:40 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Woodi View Post
I like the colors and the pattern. Is it the Yarn Harlot pattern?
K2, K1b, P1.....?

a very lovely scarf indeed.
That sounds like a cool pattern and I'm going to look for it. Is it on Ravelry? The pattern I'm using is scrunchable scarf. It's pretty simple and works up quickly.
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Old 09-08-2013, 04:19 PM   #12
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One row handspun scarf

Cast on a multiple of 4 stitches
*k2, k1tbl, p1 repeat to end

Repeat that row until you reach the desired length, run out of yarn, or go stark raving bananas. I've started what was meant to be a blanket but I think might turn out to be a stole/wrap using stash yarn I was given. I work on other things and go back to the One Row Project so I maintain a semblance of sanity.
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[quote=GrumpyGramma;1385429]One row handspun scarf

Cast on a multiple of 4 stitches
*k2, k1tbl, p1 repeat to end QUOTE]

What a great scarf and reversible! it!
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You're welcome, Janis. As I am working on it myself, looking it up was really easy.
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Old 09-08-2013, 05:27 PM   #16
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Well I CO 40 stitches, worked 2 rows and HATED the stitch. Lol. I'm bored. That's never a good thing.
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Bored? Already? Surely you jest!

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Repeat that row until you reach the desired length, run out of yarn, or go stark raving bananas. I've started what was meant to be a blanket but I think might turn out to be a stole/wrap using stash yarn I was given. I work on other things and go back to the One Row Project so I maintain a semblance of sanity.
I'm breaking from it to work on entrelac in the round.
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Bored? Already? Surely you jest!



I'm breaking from it to work on entrelac in the round.
I'm trying to pick a project. I finished my rows on the pet snuggle, I'm bored working on the scrunchable scarf, I tried working a circle cloth but I just don't like that pattern. Sigh. Off to make a new dishcloth lol
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Hey Janis - Have you completed anything in the Circle Cloth Pattern?

The pattern was very challenging for me, idk, I haven't done much in slip stitch patterns and suspect they take some getting used to. Are you looking at the free dishcloth patterns on ravelry? I've got a page up now and go back periodically to look at it. Some of the stitch patterns really capture my interest.
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Hey Janis - Have you completed anything in the Circle Cloth Pattern?

The pattern was very challenging for me, idk, I haven't done much in slip stitch patterns and suspect they take some getting used to. Are you looking at the free dishcloth patterns on ravelry? I've got a page up now and go back periodically to look at it. Some of the stitch patterns really capture my interest.
I keep frogging it, Claire. I just don't like it... the pattern is fine but the cloth itself seems that it would get gunk in between the layers. I check put the free patterns pretty often but haven't for a while. Might have to do that tonight.
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