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10.23.2009

Not your basic scarf ideas

For those of you who love to knit scarves, here are a few ideas beyond your basic garter stitch scarf.

Noro Striped Scarf- While this scarf looks amazing using Noro yarn, the technique can be used with any two contrasting variegate yarns. Different yarns will give you different effects.

My So Called Scarf- We recommend this pattern to many of our beginning knitters. It's a two row repeat so you can put it down and know exactly where you are when you pick it up. The stitch techique sounds a little weird as written, but there is a great video on youtube that better illustrates what you are supposed to do.

Drop Stitch Scarf- I like this pattern because it looks really interesting and because of the dropped stitches it knits up pretty quickly.

Scrappy Lengthwise Scarf
- This is a personal favorite of mine because it uses up lots of yarn scraps and if you leave tails at the ends for fringe, there are no ends to weave in.

Quickie Cowl- A super quick project that can be made with a single skein of our new luscious Baby Alpaca Chunky.

Instant Gratification Scarf- Another scarf that uses a dropped stitch pattern with a chunky yarn to give you a super quick knit. Uses 1-2 skeins of Malabrigo Aquarella.

Entrelac Scarf- For those of you looking for a bit of a challenge, this is the project for you. Depending on the yarn used, this scarf can be masculine or femine.

Also, don't forget about the free shop patterns when planning you holiday knitting.

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