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The 12 scarves of 2009 - links and info in post #1

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Still working on my March scarf, not sure if Iam happy with the way it's coming out, will do a few more rows and see what it looks like then.

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Here is mine before blocking , still need to buy and add some sequins

 

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Beautiful scarf! I love the color. What pattern did you use? Would you mind sharing?

Thanks

Julie

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Ok, so here is an absolutely horrible pic of my March scarf :lol, but I love the scarf! It is very soft and snuggly. The colors don't show up well, but it is really like a mix of browns and greens and goldens color. It's hard to discribe, but DH thought it looked like a March lawn, that's why I chose it for this month! :lol It really does! :lol

 

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I think the variegated is what made it so interesting! It has a sort-of swirled effect. Very neat.

 

Thank you, it will be a Christmas gift along with a hat and fingerless gloves for my oldest daughter.

 

Sorry I didn't get back to thank you sooner, but I lost one of my furbabies and just wasn't up to posting.

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Thank you, it will be a Christmas gift along with a hat and fingerless gloves for my oldest daughter.

 

Sorry I didn't get back to thank you sooner, but I lost one of my furbabies and just wasn't up to posting.

 

Oh, no, I'm so sorry!! :hug

 

Darski- that shawl is absolutely gorgeous!!! I am such a pineapple freak. Love the hat, too.

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added my March scarf to the album-

 

and here:, looks like the wrong side is showing-- oh well

 

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Oh Lynn! That is gorgeous! Excellent job :clap I'm picking mine up to work on in about 10 minutes....finally :blush

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wow, love these scarves.... just awesome. ")

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added my March scarf to the album-

 

and here:, looks like the wrong side is showing-- oh well

 

th_pictures181.jpg

 

 

 

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh

Totally wow!!!

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Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh

Totally wow!!!

 

 

thanks:blush:blush:blush

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added my March scarf to the album-

 

and here:, looks like the wrong side is showing-- oh well

 

th_pictures181.jpg

 

That is beautiful. Is the pattern free?

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added my March scarf to the album-

 

and here:, looks like the wrong side is showing-- oh well

 

th_pictures181.jpg

WOW!!!! Great scarf!!!:clap

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Lovely....great scarf

 

 

added my March scarf to the album-

 

and here:, looks like the wrong side is showing-- oh well

 

th_pictures181.jpg

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th_marchscarf-1.jpg

 

 

I have finished my March scarf and went with a theme again. Its short but didn't want it to long for work, and did do a hat to go with it. MY son is also looking forward to wearing it to school.:hook

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That is beautiful. Is the pattern free?

I don't think so, i didn't find it on line , it's actually a MAM pattern from an old(1995) Leisure arts leaflet

sorry that's not really much help:(

it's called Bow Tie - the right side has XXX ( kissing the Blarney stone)

 

 

leaflet:Leisure arts #2697

Afghans by the Dozen--- Mile A Minutes

designed by Jan Hatfield

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Dava that is really cute. love the hat and shamrock ends

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Great work, ladies!

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First I must say, GREAT JOB everyone on your lovely scarves!!!! I know I am a little behind getting this posted but have been extremely busy with school :(:(. But, here is my February scarf. Sorry I am so late in getting this one posted!!!!

This is just a simple scarf that I made for my son's girlfriend. She likes really skinny, extremely long scarves that she can wrap around her neck a couple of times :lol. This one is about 2 1/2 inches wide and 97 inches long.

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I don't think so, i didn't find it on line , it's actually a MAM pattern from an old(1995) Leisure arts leaflet

sorry that's not really much help:(

it's called Bow Tie - the right side has XXX ( kissing the Blarney stone)

 

 

leaflet:Leisure arts #2697

Afghans by the Dozen--- Mile A Minutes

designed by Jan Hatfield

 

I may have this leaflet. I'll have to check.

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I finish my March scarf :yay I wanted a lacy type scarf this time in a soft green. I used RHSS in Frosty Green.

 

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I swear that is the last of the "unusual" models that I have :lol

 

Pattern is here for anyone who might want.

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:faint:drool

Love, Love, Love your scarf, Misa!

 

p.s. The model's not so bad, either! :rofl

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March scarves are looking good! Darski-a whole green set!

 

Added mine. I had to make the blue one for my sister's birthday but I still wanted to make a birthstone one. March=aquamarine in Angelhair.

 

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