from Gena Hester
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This is a great versatile accessory, can be worn as a scarf, cowl, or skirt! Play with how you wear this scarf. You can leave it long with
one twist or you can wrap it once or twice for different
effects! If you choose a heavier or lighter weight yarn, do a
swatch to calculate how many stitches to cast on. Enjoy!
If your finished scarf tends to pull in and roll, just block both
the starting and ending edge with a steam iron and a pressing
cloth, using pins to hold it down as you press. That should
relax the edges. It will really depend on the yarn whether it
needs it or not.
If you want the scarf longer, cast on 3 stitches per inch longer
that you want, and make sure to add enough yardage to not
run short. You can make the scarf as long or as wide as you
3 stitches per inch
190 yards of Bulky weight
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