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Old 02-25-2008, 10:59 PM   #1
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Drop-stitch scarf pattern.
Here's a photo of the scarf I just finished........
The free pattern can be found here, and it can be made in any weight of yarn. I knitted this one using KnitPicks Gossamer laceweight merino, in the colorway, BlueJeans (discontinued).
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Old 02-26-2008, 04:28 AM   #2
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Oh that is beautiful! Looks perfect, and I love the color. Thanks for posting the link to the pattern.
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Oh Dotty, that is such a pretty scarf. You did a wonderful job on it! I love that colour too.
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That is beautiful!!!!!
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LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Beautiful!!! That's one of my favorite stitch patterns and I have yet to do anything with it! Love yours!
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Wow, that's beautiful! Love the colors. Thanks for posting.
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That looks beautiful. Great job. How was the yarn to work with? I have some of that in the pink/mauve color
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That scarf is really fabulous. I love the way the stripped yarn works with the pattern. Excellent job.
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