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Challah Infinity Scarf

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Challah Infinity Scarf
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Challah Infinity Scarf

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Nina Farmer    April 17, 2015
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Before I commit to buy this pattern, can someone tell me whether it would come in the form of a chart, or a step by step instruction?

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Pam Powers Knits  April 21, 2015
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There is no chart for this pattern, just written instructions.

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Nina Farmer  April 24, 2015
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Just in time for payday! Thanks Pam :-D

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Renee Simi    November 9, 2014
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I'm confused by the yarn. I want to make this in a single color but now that i've purchased the pattern, you mention two yarns. What? With C, CO 44. I get CO as cast on 44 stitches. what is "C"? and what is the non working yarn if i'm only using one color? Help please.

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Nina Farmer  April 24, 2015
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Hi Renee - this refers to the third colour (A,B and C) - I think you can ignore it if you're knitting in one colour x

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lindahask1708009    October 28, 2014
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I love this scarf what are the three colors used for this scarf.

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Pam Powers Knits  November 9, 2014
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Simply Taupe, Frost Gray and Natural

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Dyana Peyron    October 28, 2014
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I am a little confused regarding the needles needed.... someone could explain to me.... thanks

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Pam Powers Knits  November 9, 2014
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You need to be able to work 3 strips separately that will be braided and joined together. I keep each of the 3 braided strips on separate needles, so you need a total of 4 needles--1 for each strip and one to work with. SO, you can use 2 pairs of straight, 3 pairs of ciruculars (1 for each strip, since the needles are connected), or a set of dpn's would work also. You could get away with one pair of needles and just transfer the stitches for the 3 strips back and forth from stitch holders as well.

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fursgirl    October 10, 2014
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What yarn did you use for the one pictured?

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Jennifer Shu    October 6, 2014
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Is there anyway to purchase the finished product? Thank you.

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Pam Powers Knits  November 9, 2014
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Sorry, I only sell knitting patterns at this time. You could inquire in your local knitting store if there is someone you can hire to make the project though.

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georg_ray4889235    September 13, 2014
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Peut on avoir le patron au canada?

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amandacou1013123    September 4, 2014
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I absolutely LOVE this, but I crochet and have not been able to figure out the whole knitting thing! Any chance you crochet as well, Pam? Would this be easy to convert to crochet?

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Pam Powers Knits  November 9, 2014
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I am working on getting some patterns converted to crochet. This pattern would definitely be one of them. If you subscribe to my website news feed (pampowersknits.com) I make announcements as new patterns become available.

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outlander6779318  January 28, 2015
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I too, would love to have this pattern converted to crochet. Thanks

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zooming.b1535181    September 3, 2014
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I have a million (well, 4 actually) projects on the go but I have to do this one for my little girl (who is actually 38) as u xan see I do tend to exaggerate just a tad...ha ha..

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roziramir2108619    May 17, 2014
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Hi my name is Rossana Im from Ecuador, Suth America. My daughter saw this scarf and just fell in love with it and she wants me to make one for her!! I knit but I cant read the patterns, so I would like to know if there is a step by step tutorial or video for this project and how can I get one. Please if someone can help me I will be very greatful. I will be waiting for an answer, thank you very much

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Knitdok  September 3, 2014
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Rossana,
There is not a video tutorial for this pattern, but I would be willing to help you understand it. I have over 55 years knitting experience and speak a fair amount of Spanish if you need a translation. Let me know. I realize you posted the request in May, but I've just seen it!

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jackiemac2458685    March 8, 2014
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I cannot open the file in downloads to print or view it.What am I doing wrong? Jackie

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Mina Bento    October 3, 2013
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I am going to try this in crochet!

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Debbie Darrisaw    August 23, 2013
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very interesting looks like a challenge which I love

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dawn.bens1059848  February 1, 2014
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It's not difficult at all. I made one and gave it to my mom for Christmas and now I'm knitting another.

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Bev Floyd    September 27, 2013
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I'm looking forward to making it for my daughter for Christmas!

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zooming.b1535181  September 3, 2014
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Bev, it was you who actually gave me the idea to make this for MY daughter...

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letg238801563986    February 13, 2014
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J'aime ce projet!

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Pam Powers is a freelance knitwear designer living in sunny Orange County, California with her wonderful husband and two lovely children. Her designs have appeared in Interweave Knits, Twist ...

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