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Knitted Stripes: A Crochet Scarf

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Great project for beginners! Looks like knitting but is created using a simple crochet stitch that you already know or can quickly learn. Simple enough for those new to crochet. Crochet using only one color at a time! There is no stranding or carrying of yarn. Great for using scraps. Even the back has an interesting design. http://yarnlove.wix.com/store BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic crochet skills foundation half crochet chain, recommended GAUGE 10 sts & 11 rows over 4 inches Exact gauge is not needed SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Red: 8 inch by 60 inch (cowl) Green: 5 inch by 62 inch (scarf) Gray: 6 inch by 70 inch (scarf) Size easily adjustable SUGGESTED YARN 200 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Plymouth Encore

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  • http://yarnlove.wix.com/store#!crochet/cy9d
  • Worsted Weight Yarn. 2 colors. Yarn used were 200 yard skeins of Plymouth Encore. See website for more information on yarns.
  • Crochet Hook: Size M/13 (9mm)

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Pieceful Creations
Pieceful Creations
Pieceful Creations began as a small hobby and grew into a full time, stay at home business for Tina Edgar. From 1998 to 2004 Pieceful Creations was dedicated to being a quilt and fabric online store but due to family life, we had to close our store for a few years, where I become a busy mother, with a volunteer job helping women and families in Cache Valley Utah. During that time, I began an old hobby of knitting and crochet to de-stress and get out of the house a few times a week with friends. I quickly learned that I loved exploring the different fiber arts. I learned to spin my own yarn, dye it, knit, crochet, loom knit, and even taught a few classes, at local retreats. Five years ago I began posting some of my patterns on Ravelry, with the hope that some day in the future I could do even more. Now is the time! Thank you to all my followers who have knitted some of my past designs and I hope you will enjoy the new ones as well as having the chance to learn new and exciting techniques and new ways of doing old well-loved yarn crafts! Welcome and may your tinks be few.....