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I am a writer and photographer with a love for yarn, a gift for gabbing, and a talent for acquiring hobbies. So basically, I like collecting things, talking too much, and taking pretty pictures. And ...

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Mini Mania Scarf

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Mini Mania Scarf
Mini Mania Scarf
Mini Mania Scarf
Mini Mania Scarf
Mini Mania Scarf
Mini Mania Scarf

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LynetteMT    June 14, 2015
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Pattern won't download. Something must have happened in transmission.
I've been trying off & on all afternoon

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Schoeneckwren    September 5, 2014
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This would make an awesome prayer shawl pattern in Worsted weight. I realize that my mileage may vary.

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FrankieB    March 27, 2013
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I was looking for a good way to use up all my excess sock yarn and came across this pattern last fall. I made up an epic scarf and used up a good chuck of my stash in the process. My sister was eyeing the scarf for a long time and I ended up giving it to her for Christmas. It was a hit!

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zamix    January 8, 2013
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This pattern is so fun to make...... once you get the pattern down, it works up quickly and it's a great way to use up left over yarn. As a former weaver, it is VERY reminiscent of a woven piece, in not just weight, but texture and color play. The needle size was hard to find, but I did as someone else suggested and bought a larger size needle to get the 40 inch length. I can't wait to try it with a heavier weight yarn and an even larger size needle.

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r0ger17422095671  March 18, 2014
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Thanks for letting me know how to get the 40 inch length and the needle separately. Loretta

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5pennies    November 30, 2012
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I've been looking for the perfect project for single balls of silk and this is IT! I LOVE the color-play and this fabric is perfect for warmth.

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Sureen    April 5, 2012
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This looks like a superb pattern & will definitely be making it soon as winter is on the way in South Africa! LOVE the design - thank you for sharing it. Sureen

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lynnashle606010  April 5, 2012
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Why wait for winter? With the right fiber, this scarf works all year!

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moonhawk  April 9, 2012
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Has anyone done it in heavier yarn?

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Bionicknita  April 16, 2012
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I used a DK weight. Any weight is fine - just use a needle at least 2 sizes larger than recommended for the yarn. A guage swatch will let you calculate the number of stitches you need.

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fancie  March 12, 2014
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very helpful information as all my leftovers are DK and was curious about needle size. Thank you.

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lpatricia    April 14, 2012
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Thank you for the sharing, love the color. I will make it ASAP when I finished the other project. Pat from perth

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Little Gem    May 25, 2012
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I absolutely love this project!

Recently, I cast on for the 'epic' size, and I'm already addicted. Watching the colours and fabric change as you work is amazing. :)

I opted for a mega huge size, as I'm after a shawl/scarf that I can use all year. My colour pallette is nice and bright, so when it's all done, it'll look great as a summer cover up in the evenings, but just as good in the winter.

Thank you so much for sharing!

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Helen Wheels    August 20, 2012
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I've never done this stitch before-- is the example knitted with one row per color change, or the two-row repeat in the same color?

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Lilycool  August 26, 2012
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It is knitted with two rows as far as I can see. I am knitting it at the mo and it is brillant & the stsich is very easy I love it

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Helen Wheels  October 16, 2012
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Thanks. Can anyone tell me roughly the gauge to expect with sock yarn on #6 needles? ie how many repeats or rows to get an inch?