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Old 12-18-2007, 11:55 PM   #1
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OK, so I am knitting the last seven foot scarf. I am using Bernat Soft Boucle in solid white. I am knitting a 3 X 3 rib with a 3 stitch border on either side. I am at 36 inches right now. I want to be finished this weekend. Anyone care to join along?
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Old 12-19-2007, 02:21 PM   #2
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The.Knitter, I started the Woodland Scarf but it has been put on hold until I finish some felted clogs for DS and the Topi for DD.

How is your seven foot scarf coming along?
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I am knitting Feather and Fan scarves as christmas gifts. I've knitted 2, I've got 1 otn, and one more to go. I'll post pics soon! Great idea for a KAL!
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I am knitting a scarf and hat for myself with Bernat's Soft Boucle in Pink -- it's a long one - supposed to be 70 inches - and I've only done 10 so far. It's K2P2 rib and super easy, but boring to me ... but I have nothing knit for myself, so I thought this would be good for the 2 skeins I have
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I am knitting an on the bias scarf, a 3 k/3p scarf and another on the bias scarf.... all at once.

The on the bias scarves are for men... the other for a woman. I have til the 24th for one, but the other 2 have to be completed by the time I go to bed tomorrow night. But they are also "extras" so if I don't finish them... it isn't a big deal - but I am trying to finish all 3 by tomorrow.
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Old 12-21-2007, 12:32 PM   #6
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Im knitting a ribbed scarf in wool ease natural heather.
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Old 12-21-2007, 03:57 PM   #7
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Alright, time to get serious about these last 2 scarves, lol! I'm almost done with the one, but I've got to do the next as well. They are 70 inches long, and I've just had little motivation. My goal is to get the one done today, then spend the weekend on the other. I know its doable, its just I've done so many already, lol that the stitch pattern is getting pretty mundane. They certainly are beautiful tho. I really want to make one for myself when its all said and done, but I think I'll try a totally different stitch pattern. Once I finish the blue scarf today, I'll take pictures of the ones I still have to wrap. Good luck to all of you!!
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I would like to join. I'm a brand new knitter. I started a scarf MONTHS ago but had to put it down to finish crocheting several Christmas gifts.

Right now it's about 14" long. I cast on so long ago I don't know how I did it, but I do know it was the long tail co. I learned the knit and purl stitches at the same time, so I decided to do the scarf as a k3/p1 ribbing.

It looks okay, though the beginning is very loose....you can tell where I started getting the hang of the tension....and I used bulky 6 yarn on #9 needles so you can only see the ribbing on the one side, the other lies flat.

Do you all think it's worth continuing that scarf, or starting another one?

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Any piece of work you start is "worth finishing" if for no other reason than that it shows you where your improvements are. Keep at it and welcome to the wonderful world of knitting!
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I don't think I am ever going to be finished this last scarf. Between cleaning and baking and wrapping and shopping for the feast (not to mention the three hours in the beauty salon today), plus five days flat on my butt in bed with a nasty flu bug and a party to go to tomorrow, I have not had time to knit the last half of the final scarf. I need motivation, dammit! Someone get that boot out again, PLEASE!!!
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