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Copyright Beverly A. Qualheim 2007, 2017
Free  Easy knit scarf pattern9It's VERY simple if you know how to knit at all.

I am using Size 10 wooden knitting needles.
The yarn is well.... whatever I can find in my stash - PLUS, and this is the important part, I am using 1 strand of plain colored sock yarn with a strand of 4 ply worsted weight yarn. I have the same color plain blue sock yarn going through the whole scarf so far, even though the other colors are varied. Makes all the different colored yarns 'tie' together. =)

Using 2 strands of yarn held together.  I love using leftover sock yarn and a strand of worsted weight for warmth, cast on 25 stitches and knit away till it's the length you want, 4-5 feet long should be good and warm.

Cast off and weave in ends!  Yep- it's that simple.



 


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