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Thread: Crocheted Ruffle Scarves

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    Super Member Pat P's Avatar
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    I made a Jabot with it wider at the bottom and narrow at the top. Stitched the top edge to grosgrain ribbon then sewed on an jewelry O ring and attached a scarf clip of a peacock (different kinds can be found at Joanns. I wear this with a white blouse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat P View Post
    I made a Jabot with it wider at the bottom and narrow at the top. Stitched the top edge to grosgrain ribbon then sewed on an jewelry O ring and attached a scarf clip of a peacock (different kinds can be found at Joanns. I wear this with a white blouse.
    Pat, can you post a pic? I'd love to see it!
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    Thanks so much for sharing that link! I've been looking at that yarn and wanting to know how to make the scarf, but couldn't find directions anywhere! I'm getting some yarn tomorrow and making scarves!
    Nancy

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    Beware! They are addicting - and everyone wants at least 1!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAS49OR View Post
    Does the Red Heart Sashay come in pieces? Mine is tied in a knot about every three ruffles, and it looks like the label was taped.
    I had one that had a knot in it so I took it back to Joanns and got a new one. When it happened to my MIL, i sent an email to Red Heart(Coats and Clark). They sent a letter back saying that one knot is acceptable, but that they would replace mine if that is what I wanted. They also told me how to join the yarn if I cut the knot out. I would contact them about yours, there is definitely an issue with that one. Some people knit around them, but i didnt want that.
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    Thank you for the link to the Video. Mum knit several of these scarves last year and I was lucky to get one.

    I may crochet a couple for last minute gifts.
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    Beautiful!!!!!

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    Thanks! i wasn't in town so I finished it. It had three sections cut, someone must have got frustrated and returned it. Thanks to your answer I cut off the three knotted sections and kept the rest of the length. I ended up with a 44" scarf. I used the "pull through 14 crocheted loops" method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewnsewer2 View Post
    No! You should return it. I got the same kind at my wal-mart and it was just fine.
    :-)
    CAS

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