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« Reply #620 on: September 18, 2007 03:32:51 PM »

You would want to flatten scarf & add fringe through both sides.
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« Reply #621 on: September 18, 2007 05:32:13 PM »

Yeah, I may have limited skills, but I'm trying anyways. If I learned one thing so far, it's to not overcomplicate things (reading between pattern lines)...hehe. I'm just throwing myself into it once my yarn arrives. Hee!
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« Reply #622 on: September 18, 2007 07:48:03 PM »

How do you add the fringe to the bottom of a scarf thats knitted in the round?


here is how i fringed:

i took a strand of yarn about 6 inches long, folded it in half, pulled the loop through the scarf with a crochet hook, and then pulled the 2 dangling strands through the loop on itself.

you can see in the picture below that i did not close up the tube as knittinfiasco suggested...i just went around the whole thing... though i dont think it matters much at all. i just did it like this because thats how the movie scarves are and its kinda nice as arm warmers lol.

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« Reply #623 on: September 25, 2007 09:10:40 PM »

I'm still working on mine (no pics, sorry). I'm about to knit the 8th set of trapped bars. =]
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« Reply #624 on: September 26, 2007 11:34:47 AM »

Somebody kick my butt to do this.  I have about a month before Halloween to knit it, and these things take so freaking long...
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« Reply #625 on: September 26, 2007 04:02:15 PM »

Somebody kick my butt to do this.  I have about a month before Halloween to knit it, and these things take so freaking long...
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Ugh - I know how you feel - Mine is due for my little sister's birthday (this Friday!) and I'm startin' to sweat. I've been working dilligently at it every night this week, and am starting to realise that this scarf will, in the end, be at least the equivalent to a pullover - if not more knitting than. *sobs into pillow*
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« Reply #626 on: September 27, 2007 04:27:13 PM »

im working on a slytherin poa scarf..for a halloween costume...but i dont  really want to invest that much into this....

ive already made a huge gryffindor one and a ravenclaw one...

so ive been trying to make a less work version of it...which means not in the round

im want to knit it flat...but stockinette curls...so i've been trying to use a garter stitch border..still curled..then i tried doing the silver stripes gartered too.. but alas, it still curls!!...and i dont really like the look of a scarf that is completely garter st...


so i think im going to give up and crochet it... Huh im not too bad at crocheting, its pretty fast, and it can be done flat without curling...

does anyone have any suggestions/advice?
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« Reply #627 on: September 27, 2007 04:46:01 PM »

what about ribbing or seed/moss st?
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« Reply #628 on: September 30, 2007 11:42:19 AM »

I thought it was probably time for a scarf update. I'm about halfway done with mine, but I'm starting to worry I'll run out of yarn for the fringe. It would really suck if I had to buy more yarn just to edge it! Undecided
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« Reply #629 on: September 30, 2007 01:16:50 PM »

Has anyone done Lindsay's dark mark illusion scarf? She was kind enough to email me the charts (I couldn't get to them for some reason), but it would be nice to knit "with" someone... Wink All I need is the green yarn and I'll be set. Cool

I started mine about a week ago.  I'd totally love someone to knit with, if you're still interested.  Cheesy  Anyone else interested?



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