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Thread: Crocheted Ruffle Scarves

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    Crocheted Ruffle Scarves

    Here's what I am making for the girls in the family. Got the yarn at Michaels - Star Bella and Sashay then followed the you tube video on ruffle scarves. Very easy and fast.

    Here's the youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7mg0Y--7kk

    Enjoy!
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    Linda

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    These seem to be the most popular scarf to do this year. My daughter is getting one. They are so pretty and not at all hard to do for the resulting look.
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    I've made several for my girls. They are fast and I like them because I don't have to "think" too much.
    DIL picked hers out already and one DD has dibs on another.

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    My daughter has crocheted several too. They work up fast and look really nice!

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    I got one as a gift this year. Love it. But I saw another person doing it with knitting needles. I guess it doesn't matter.

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    I have the yarn...am more of a knitter than a quilter, but am going to watch the video to see if I can learn how to do the crocheted one...I know it will go faster...and probably is easier than trying to knit with this yarn.

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    I knitted 6 of them. I can knit one in a few hours. I think they are so cool to make.
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    ICE Yarns is a bit more pricey than the stuff at Jo-Ann's or Hobby Lobby, but they have some really neat variations on the ruffle yarns. I've really enjoyed making these for Christmas too!
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    Love the colors you picked.

    Linda

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    Thanks for the website and yours are beautiful! I saw a lady wearing one and I though it was so pretty! Do you think walmart has that yarn?
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