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This scarf was designed (as much as any one person can design a garter stitch scarf) to be a first knitting project. It requires just one stitch - knit. In fact you can find step-by-step photographic instructions in this post: Beginnings Scarf - Step-by-Step Tutorial, if you don't know how to knit, or if you need a refresher. It need not be just for beginners though, more advanced knitters will be able to knit this up in an evening or two. Beautiful buttons can make this ultra-simple scarf something extraordinary. Wear it under a blouse, or shirt, as a collar to add extra warmth, or wear it several different ways as a traditional scarf under your winter coat. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY k-knit, yo - yarn over, k2tog-knit 2 together Berrocco 100% Merino in red, 1.5 balls or approximately 130 yards or 128 meters, or any worsted weight yarn GAUGE gauge for this project is unimportant, aim for even and consistent stitches

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  • Size 9 US - 5.5mm needles Sewing needle 4 buttonsThread Darning needle

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I’m Erron, a mother juggling my family of 6, volunteer work, a small family farm, friends and relatives, all while maintaining my sanity and giving my creative self an outlet by knitting. I live in the heart of knitting territory, the Canadian Pairie. While gorgeous, and the only place I want to call home, the temperatures here can dip a little below freezing (okay… some days a lot below freezing, but 1 or 2 days at -40 builds sturdy people). The summers are warm and the sun shines in skies as vast as you’ve ever seen, they are also rather short. Sweater weather is about 10 months a year, and even some summer nights call for being wrapped in some type of knitwear. The perfect climate for this knitter. I believe knitting is for everyone, and everyone can learn how. There is nothing as rewarding as creating something beautiful in your spare time. I have knit miles of yarn, learned and taught others numerous techniques, succeeded and failed, and learned to be very good at what I knit. I look forward to sharing my best with you. Happy Knitting!