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Topic: The never ending scarf!  (Read 2271 times)
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« on: August 22, 2004 06:36:45 PM »

Hey I Wanted to show off the scarf that i made. The pictures look like el crapo Even though i took them with my brand new Camera phone. Dunno if it me or the phone but the pictures came out crappy! anyway, here goes!


Thanks to my funny looking sister with oddball hair for modeling it!

Since there is virtually no detail in my pics, I'll describe what it looks like. It's navy blue, knit in garter stitch with a buly weight acrylic yarn (lion brand chunky-usa) and has really long fringe. The scarf itself is about 75" long with out the fringe. I worked on this bad boy for three long days, and hated every miniute of it...But i love the scarf! I wanna keep it but its for a swap. Cry

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« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2004 08:27:28 PM »

virtually no detail? hah! i cant see them at all! Wink

(Camera phones need lots of light for pics to turn out well)

Scarf sounds cool- I love long scarves. Probably because Im tall and short scarves just look silly on me

(and now i want to know what your sisters hair looks like...)

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« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2004 09:03:52 PM »

I can't see the scarf either, but I just want to say I love your avatar. Foamy is the greatest.

And long scarves are cool. My first scarf was way too long to wear because I found the knitting relaxing and got carried away.
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