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The Penny Pocket Scarf


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Skills Needed

  • Cables
  • Ribbing
  • Seamed
  • Worked Flat

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Pattern Details

The Penny Pocket Scarf is designed to be playful, practical, and warm! Directions are given for two sizes, adult and child, along with directions for easy customization of the length. Two pocket style options are also included, one a more feminine style and the other a more gender neutral look. This scarf is made with weight category six yarn, making it extra warm and a project that can be completed over a couple evenings! (PLEASE NOTE: The pattern for the ear warmer in image 4 is not INCLUDED in this purchase.)

Recommended with this pattern

  • U.S. 13 (10.00 mm) Straight Knitting Needles
  • Cable Needle
  • Super Bulky Yarn

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Accents by MeMe Mae
Crafting for me began when I was around 9 and received my first sewing box kit. I remember hand stitching little items for my barbie dolls. Nothing fancy and I definitely did not know anything about patterns. That was the extent of my sewing until about 3 and a half years ago when I got my first sewing machine and taught myself to sew. I have been hooked since. However, my first true crafting love was crocheting. My mom taught me to crochet when I was young, sometime when I was around 10 to 12. When I was 16 or 17, my parents bought me a how-to-knit book for my birthday and I was knitting in no time. Hats, scarves, wash clothes, etc. They also bought me a crocheting book at the same time, which took my crocheting skills to a much more sophisticated level. I still have some of the baby layette sets I crocheted just for fun. When I started college, my knitting and crochet needles were sadly neglected but I picked them up again a couple years ago and have learned so much more than I knew then. But that is the beauty of crafting: you are always learning, always perfecting your craft!