Created by: KnittingGuru
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Fred Astaire Scarf

What are you most proud of? I love the way a change of yarns and colors makes this into a new scarf so that you can crochet it multiple times. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Use the best yarns you can afford for this scarf. it only takes a total of 50 grams, so it's not expensive to make. Try using some alpaca, mohair or angora blends. Let yourself go and have fun with this mile a minute, sophisticated scarf!

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Fred Astaire Scarf - Fun, Fast & Easy

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Fred Astaire Scarf - Fun, Fast & Easy

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  • I used worsted weight yarn to make this scarf. The black is a Merino yarn and the gray is an Alpaca/Wool blend.

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I love the way a change of yarns and colors makes this into a new scarf so that you can crochet it multiple times. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Use the best yarns you can afford for this scarf. it only takes a total of 50 grams, so it's not expensive to make. Try using some alpaca, mohair or angora blends. Let yourself go and have fun with this mile a minute, sophisticated scarf!

Q&A with KnittingGuru

Constance Everett asked:
Who doesn't want to look glamorous or handsome? This is a great big-stitch project!
KnittingGuru answered:
Thanks very much Constance! I'm currently working on a Ginger Rogers Scarf and hope to publish it this month.

Skill Level

Beginner