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Old 07-11-2009, 04:23 PM   #11
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I made two more scarves using this pattern - I just love it!
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Old 07-11-2009, 07:15 PM   #12
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I'm so glad I found this thread Woodi, love your scarf! A few weeks ago I found this pattern and decided to make a wrap instead of a scarf. I have been working on it when I'm not working on baby cloths and hats. I love the pattern too!
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I am going to use this pattern to make sarves for the "Red Scarf Project". Should be very simple.
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Old 09-01-2009, 07:24 PM   #14
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Well here it is August end, and I'm still knitting the yarn harlot scarf. This is about my fourth or fifth one now. I like the colorway on this yarn. It's just an inexpensive acrylic, but so far, I haven't gotten bored cuz of the constant, non-repetitive color changes.

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Looks great Woodi.
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I like this big ball of yarn so much! After knitting about 36 inches, the colors still aren't repeating themselves. It's like a fun toy. I'm going to try and get another ball like this, for more fun.....maybe a shawl.
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I like this big ball of yarn so much! After knitting about 36 inches, the colors still aren't repeating themselves. It's like a fun toy. I'm going to try and get another ball like this, for more fun.....maybe a shawl.
What is the yarn called? It would make a great charity blanket as well.
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The label reads: James C. Brett Marble Chunky 200gms or 321 yards. It's from England.
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James Brett Marble, chunky or the lighter weight, is available in the US too. Some LYS have it, and online it's at Mary Maxim.
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I went back to the store and bought two more balls of this yarn. Six people I love are going to get a short scarf this Xmas. Do you think 36 inches is long enough for a scarf?



The brownish ball is a wound version of the blue, which is how it comes from the store. The pink ball is about half gone, which means I can make two scarves per ball, this long (35 inches so far).

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