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« on: December 04, 2008 12:02:34 AM »

I'm making a scarf for my two-year-old niece but I'm not sure how long I should make it. The general idea I've been getting from Google is about 40". Is this about right, or should it be longer/shorter? I haven't seen her in a while, unfortunately.
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« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2008 04:12:23 AM »

The scarves I've been making for elementary school-aged kids have been 3' long (36 inches).  This was at the request of the women in charge of the charity thing.  It makes a short scarf so there's less worry about choking, etc.  My nieces seem to like them that length, and I've been making them for them since the youngest was 3.

It does make a very short scarf, though.  Basically it just crosses one over the other in the front, no tying.
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