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  1. I loved this scarf the first time I saw the picture and wanted one for myself. Of course as soon my grandkids saw the picture they wanted it too. So here is a picture of the grandkids' scarves, mine is not in the picture but is the same colors as the one on the left. The pattern is Dragon Neckwarmer and is in the book Crochet Ever After by Brenda Anderson. The pattern used wool but my granddaughter is allergic to wool so I used Schachenmayr Catania cotton size 2 yarn.
  2. Leaf, Flame, Petal, is what this stitch evokes for me. These are fast and lovely projects, a bit yarn intensive, but their sculptural effect is well worth it. Jewelry meets warmth in this neck adornment. Leaves and petals cluster and frame your neck. This pattern is adaptable and offers options for reconfiguration as well as matching cuffs. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/petal-leaf-collar-and-cuffs Tools and Materials I/ 5.5 Crochet hook, Yarn needle G/4.5 mm for button optional 2.5 - 3 oz /70.9 - 80g worsted weight yarn (0.5 oz/14.2 g for cuffs) Pattern Level: Intermediate 20 - 23” L x 3- 4.5” H 50.8 cm- 58.4cm x 7.6cm- 11.4cm Cuffs 10-12”L x 2-3”H 25.4cm -30.5cm x 5 - 7.6 cm Gauge: (ww) 7 rows/11dc = 4”/10.2cm
  3. BROTHER-IN-LAW NECKWARMER This is the second cabled neckwarmer designed for the guys in my life, inspired by my brother in law. There are two cable motifs: one smaller frames a larger one, for a lot of furrowed texture and visual interest. I ran out of stone colored yarn and so used storm (Brown Sheep Nature spun) to finish it, I like the effect, but two colors are not required. Number of Testers Needed: 2 Tools needed: I hook 5.5mm, yarn/tapestry needle Material needed: approx 140-160 yds worsted weight or bulky yarn supplied by tester optional 2-3 buttons ( not required for test, but required to wear). Skill Level: intermediate - experienced. Must be familiar with post stitches. Must be familiar with working in front and working behind stitches. Format Available: pdf Pattern Style: written Need digital photo of FO? yes Comments and questions via PM or Email only Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 4 hours Deadline: October 10, 2011 Tester Experience: experienced testers preferred Tester Responsibilities Make the neckwarmer. Send a picture of it. I've changed format and language in an attempt to make this transparent. Want to know if this works. Any typos or inconsistencies should be noted. Need to know the amount of time it takes (these went surprisingly fast for me), the amount and type of yarn used. Compensation free copy of final pattern
  4. Hi Everyone! I've got a new freebie for you. This is a wide neck warmer, the type you would wear when what you really need is a turtleneck but don't feel like putting one on. This one will really cover you! You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2011/08/boxy-neck-warmer-too.html Enjoy! Clotilde
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