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Green Scarf


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*THIS LISTING IS FOR A PATTERN ONLY - NOT A FINISHED PRODUCT.* Please NOTE: This is the same pattern that we are also selling on This listing is for a PDF pattern...NOT the actual scarf! Patterns are emailed within 24 hours of payment. Please put email address that you would like pattern to be mailed to in "NOTES TO SELLER". size: 10" x 41" Visit us at **Skill level** Novice. Stitches used include ch, slip st, sc **Contents** Each pattern include very detailed instructions with numerous illustrations. General instructions such as abbreviations are also included. **Guaranteed Satisfaction** If assistance is needed, please feel free to contact me on my email or by contacting me on Etsy. I normally respond within 24 hours. Due to the nature of patterns, this crochet pattern may not be exchanged or returned for a refund. All sales are final. ** Pattern Copyright and Restrictions** All patterns, pdf and pictures are copyrighted by "Knitting and Crocheting with Love". Patterns are issued as single license to buyer. Buyers may make and sell finished products, however not for mass produced retail purposes. As a courtesy, please state "design by Knitting and Crocheting with Love or KCWL" in your product description/listing. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY ch, sl st, sc, dc GAUGE 8 stitches and 6 rows = 2 inches in hdc (half double crochet) with hook # 3 SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS kids PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Peaches and Cream solids COLORWAY green

Supplies Needed

  • hook # 5mm

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Knit and Crochet with Love
My name is Luba. I leave in New Jersey and have a lovely family. My grandmother taught me to knit when I was 12. In my teen years back in Russia I knitted sweaters, skirts and other things for myself. When my daughter was born I started to knit for her. Three years ago one of my co-workers asked me why I do not learn how to crochet. This is how I found my new hobby – crochet. Since then I spend most of my free time on different crochet projects. Now I would like to share some of them with you.