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Thread: Starbella scarves

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    Junior Member Cottage Dee's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mary quilting View Post
    Walmart has the sashay yarn for $2.97 and one scan will do a scarf.
    Good to know! I bought a skein at Michaels for $3.99 yesterday, and they had Red Heart Sashay for the same price. I am making one right now from the Sashay "Shuffle", the beige/white one. It is beautiful. My hairdresser has a customer who crochets hers and sells them for $10. I am knitting mine, at least the first one...I'm going to try the crochet next. Anyone have a preference???
    Deanna in SE Michigan

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    Does anyone have a pattern to Crochet one of these. I don't knit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuntryquilter View Post
    Does anyone have a pattern to Crochet one of these. I don't knit.
    Here is a youTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TbeTLuVKFE
    Deanna in SE Michigan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottage Dee View Post
    thanks for the tute, I rather crochet than knit...my question is what size chrochet hook...she does not say.......thanks

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    Head to Joannes right now. Thanks for the tute!
    Believe, it can be done!

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    Thank you for posting all this wonderful information. I've been seeing these scarfs all over the place and really wanted to make a couple. Perfect info and the perfect time. Win-Win.

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    Everybody and her sister must be making these scarves. I went to JoAnn, Michael's and Hobby Lobby. All were out of the yarn. I finally ordered it online from JoAnn. It took several hours. The website must have been swamped with orders. I spent about 6 hours trying to checkout last night. I could get everything into my cart, but every time I tried to checkout, I got a message saying that the website couldn't show me that page. They would sell a lot more if they would let you check out. lol I finally gave up around 11:30 p.m. and went to bed. I got up this morning and finally got the order checked out.

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    What size hook do you use for these?

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    That looks so easy I have a GD that I know would love to make those. Yes so what size hook was she using? Inquiring minds would like to know.

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    How long does it take you to make one?
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