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Bev's Socktastic Scarf
Copyright Beverly A. Qualheim 2010, 2014

Double Pointed Knitting needles size 4

At least 8 oz of leftover sock yarn - all machine washable preferably. You cansock scarf use odds and ends for this. Just tie them together to form a large ball of sock yarn, and try to keep all the ties on the inside as you knit around and around.

Cast on 54 sts leaving a 12" tail, separating them evenly 18 on each needle.  (Use any number divisible by 3)

♥ You will be knitting in the round for as long as you want your scarf to be. At least 4 feet long.  

Cut a 12" yarn tail. Remove from needles using a sewing needle and your yarn tail, which you weave through the sts on the needles.  

Remove as you go and pull tightly to close.  Weave back in and out of a few sts to anchor.  

Using your starting 12" yarn tail, do the same thing at the beginning. Weave through the cast on sts and pull tightly to close. Anchor yarn. 

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