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Eyelet Edge Knitted Scarf Set

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I LOVE it when things look harder to make than they are - this set of scarf patterns fits that description perfectly! Three variations on a knitted theme, all with eyelet edges, directional knitting, interesting texture - and all can look anywhere from sophisticated to sporty when worn, depending on the yarn you choose. And they are all fun to knit. 1. Basic with a Quirk: diagonal garter stitch with an eyelet border on all four edges 2. Sinuosity: one straight edge+one wavy edge+garter stitch with an eyelet border = an interesting wrap to keep your neck cosy without being too bulky. 3. Petals: undulating garter stitch with an eyelet border on each long edge - this one looks fantastic with a dressy coat and is guaranteed to attract comments and attention (such as: "You MADE that? How? What shape is it?" etc etc). Any one of these can be successfully knit using just 100 yards/meters of bulky weight yarn (for some yarns, this is a single ball!). They make perfect, quick-knit gifts - if you can bring yourself to give them away! GAUGE ranges from 13 sts = 4" to 16 sts = 4" SUGGESTED YARN 100 yards of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Noro Hitsuji COLORWAY any

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I've been knitting for (OMG!) over 50 years. But wait: I started when I was about 4 so that's not so bad! I love things that look hard to make but are actually really easy, and I very much enjoy the challenge of off-the-wall construction techniques. I had my own mail order knitting kit business for a while, and I was President and co-founder of the Knitting Guild of Canada. I am also a Master Knitter as accredited by TKGA and I was the creator and evaluator of the Canadian Master Knitter program run by TKGC. So, let's get knitting!