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Scrap Scarf Infinity Collar

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Waste no yarn with the Scrap Scarf Infinity Collar. Use your scrap yarn when you work up this free crochet scarf pattern. This mobius cowl will keep you cozy all winter long.

Scrap Scarf Infinity Collar
Scrap Scarf Infinity Collar
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Crochet Hook: I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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Have a loved one that ask if I had this pattern. Can't wait to surprise her with it! Thank you.

Having a sorted out some of my stash last week, I had just what I needed to make this. Used my creativity as Mikey says and used lots of greens, blues and purples. An easy pattern to do and totally unique.

I have been trying to get the Lacy Crimson Cowl pattern. It opens up another window to a Tampa site and I can't get past the ads. Very frustrating!!!!!!

I think that it is one of those were you can make it scrachy or you can make it as soft as clouds.... I think i will get some neon colors... Green Pink white... Blue and make this....

I just finished this....it came a bit to "long" for me, but I did use a larger hook. I am going to try again with less stitches and smaller hook. Looks beautiful though.

still can find the pattern- please tell us where you found the directions thank you

I am looking for a VERY EASY and basic "tam-o-Shanter" celtic-style hat. This is on the same lines as the classic beret, but not so big and pancake-looking. Do you have anything like? Thanx!! AK crafter ..CDPixie2006@gmail.com

Looks scratchy to me.

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