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Topic: Anthropologie inspired scarf - with "pattern"  (Read 13046 times)
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tragicheroine
« Reply #20 on: January 24, 2007 04:01:27 PM »

Okay, I want to make EVERYTHING you make!  This, the entrelac scarf, that Marigold hat jeez!  One day soon I'll be able to make these beautiful things!

Thank you Kiss
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Nesse
« Reply #21 on: January 24, 2007 04:38:27 PM »

I've been watching Knitty Gritty on HGTV lately, and stalking this thread. I'm deffinately gonna teach myself to knit now. xD
maybe I'll start with a scarf?
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eatyerhartout
« Reply #22 on: January 24, 2007 06:46:43 PM »

Starting with a scarf is a good idea.

I think a couple of people have asked about the pom pom on the end of the original and I'm pretty sure I know how to make it. With long strands of yarn, make a normal tassel tied at the top with a separate strand of yarn. Seperate the strands into 3 groups and tie each off. Tie each group once more. Clip the strands to even them out.
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I knit, crochet, and make stitch markers.

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arabella
« Reply #23 on: January 25, 2007 01:44:56 AM »

I've been watching Knitty Gritty on HGTV lately, and stalking this thread. I'm deffinately gonna teach myself to knit now. xD
maybe I'll start with a scarf?
start with a dishcloth!  scarves take a long time for a new knitter and you might get discouraged (I know I did).  here are some cute dishcloths using just knit and purl, super easy:  http://www.knittingknonsense.com/LOVEcloth.html (i'm making this one now but you can take off the last part to see a bunch of them.) or google knit dishcloth washcloth patterns.  and you will use it and love it!
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Nesse
« Reply #24 on: January 26, 2007 07:35:34 PM »

I've been watching Knitty Gritty on HGTV lately, and stalking this thread. I'm deffinately gonna teach myself to knit now. xD
maybe I'll start with a scarf?
start with a dishcloth!  scarves take a long time for a new knitter and you might get discouraged (I know I did).  here are some cute dishcloths using just knit and purl, super easy:  http://www.knittingknonsense.com/LOVEcloth.html (i'm making this one now but you can take off the last part to see a bunch of them.) or google knit dishcloth washcloth patterns.  and you will use it and love it!

when I read this, I was thinking... "dishcloth? why would I want to make one of those?"  but it's cute! maybe I will make one. thanks arabella
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tragicheroine
« Reply #25 on: January 27, 2007 10:57:03 AM »

I've been watching Knitty Gritty on HGTV lately, and stalking this thread. I'm deffinately gonna teach myself to knit now. xD
maybe I'll start with a scarf?

I think a scarf is a great first project, it's how I started out. I wouldn't recommend this one though, because the rows are soo long, they may discourage you.
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xx_bumblebee_xx
« Reply #26 on: January 27, 2007 12:56:06 PM »

This looks goregous and I must admit, I saw your post and the original scarf and then as I watched Gilmore Girls last night (I had to tape it, due to all my stupid studying) I was like OMG CRAFSTER SCARF! lol  Grin Do you have a pattern for it?
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tragicheroine
« Reply #27 on: January 27, 2007 01:11:54 PM »

This looks goregous and I must admit, I saw your post and the original scarf and then as I watched Gilmore Girls last night (I had to tape it, due to all my stupid studying) I was like OMG CRAFSTER SCARF! lol  Grin Do you have a pattern for it?

A few people were interested in making the scarf, so here's what I did for mine.


I used size 10.5 29" needles and bulky yarn. I don't know how many stitches I cast on, but it was as many as i could squish on the needles and a multiple of 4, + 2. I worked it in a k2p2 rib for 22 rows, slipping the first stitch of each row, then cast off with a stretchy sewn cast off. Then I picked of 6 stitches on the end of each side, decreased two stitches each row to create a triangle. I made my pompoms a few inches wide (you can google for tutorials on those) and attached them to the tips of each triangle.
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arabella
« Reply #28 on: January 27, 2007 11:48:41 PM »

do you know roughly how much yarn you used?  I want to make this but I'm not sure I have enough bulky.  guess I might need to do more yarn shopping!
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FrogPuddle
« Reply #29 on: January 29, 2007 04:01:59 AM »

thats really classy, thank you for the tutorial  Smiley
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