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Using just one skein of Bernat Zoey yarn you can make this Slip N Go Scarf. Crochet scarf patterns like this one can be made in just about 20 minutes! No chaining is required, just slip stitching. This scarf is a neat pattern for you to try.

Slip N Go Scarf
Slip N Go Scarf
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Crochet Hook: J/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

 

 

 

 

 

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Love this-I have been making cowls with matching hats for an auction-each one is so unique-and so easy to make=you can make them thick or thin, long and short and j ust make the hat-hope we sell all of them-National Gaucher Auction Oct 1-30 to support those with the disease with causes broken bones, enlarged spleens, and sometimes early Parkinsons and dementia which my 47 year old son has. Keep those needles clicking-someone wil love ur work-also donated to Emily Initiatve to Knitting and Crochet=

Mikey this is so pretty, but then everything you make is so pretty. Thank you for taking the time to go step by step and showing us how to make everything that may be more difficult for some of us. Thank you so very much, Deb

I like that Mikey loves the yarn, but I don't really like the scarf!

I really don't like it so I wouldn't make this one.

I have seen this yarn at hobby stores and not impressed. Very nice tutorial from Michael. I always like your videos.

nice tutorial. michael is understandable and always thorough. But I am with Clan on their comment about the yarn. I have seen this yarn at hobby store and not impressed.

nice tutorial. michael is understandable and always thorough. But I am with Clan on their comment about the yarn. I have seen this yarn at hobby store and not impressed.

Made this for my daughter for Christmas - not the easiest yarn to work with but, once you get a rhythm going, it works up pretty quickly. Loved the tutorial.

Michael, I think it is funny that I recognise your hands before I know for sure it is your tutorial. jcg1224

Does not serve the purpose of a scarf

No, it probably wouldn't keep you very warm, just mixes up the wardrobe a little bit. I haven't tried it yet though myself. jcg1224

I'm waiting to hear what Michael says about Molly 0851062's question.

Michael, I wanted to know if you just keep adding the yarn until it goes completely across the chest to the shoulders to tie around the neck or do you add chain stitches at the end. Molly Salas Molly@txstate.edu

Don't buy the zoey yarn!!! The bernat product is delivered in hanks that are a matted mess. Yes, the pattern takes 20 minute to complete AFTER 7 hours of detangling the yarn. Each hank was delivered in a strand that was tied together with three pieces of yarn. The tied yarn was the same color as the hank (ei: black ties on the black multi, brown yarn on the brown multi) ,you need a magnifying glass to decipher the difference. It would have made sense if Bernat used red or yellow yarn ties, no instructions were offered on the packaging on how one would get the yarn untangled. After all of those hours, the yarn itself is poorly constructed, the main strand appeared broken and tied together all along the entire hanks. Don't waste your money on the yarn and the shipping charges one tug on this scarf and the yarn will easily break

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