I love that yarn . Would you please post a link to the youtube video? I've found making the scarves knitting and crocheting and also just chaining it with out opening it for ruffles. Would love to see another way. Thanks.
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Hi Jill!!not Holly but She did use the bigger hole at the very top,She also skipped the first one and went into second. I think you can use whatever hole works for you and your scarf looks great.I do some of mine a little shorter so I can wear straight without the tie or wrap.Love your color.Aren't they easy and fun!!
BLESSED WITH THE BEST !!!!
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You guys have sucked me in to this idea! I was watching the video and my 10 yr old DD looks over my shoulder and says "So, what, you are going to start knitting now too?" LOL! Yup! I just bought a skein and plan to try it tonight! Thanks for the idea, these scarfs are so pretty!
I'm usually on the quilting board, but I just want to say I've been seeing that everyone is making these scarves, so I watched the video and saw how easy it looked. I went out and bought me one skein of the Sashay yarn and it made up so pretty and quick. I went Wed. and tried to find more, but no one had any yarn. I went back yesterday (Sat) and still only found 3 skeins of one color, so I bought 2. Then I bought 2 skeins of Starbella. The Starbella has bigger holes, so I don't know how it will look making them. Evidently, someone in my area is buying up all the Sashay as soon as they find it.
Bunny, that's happening here also, both with sashay and starbella. When I made a scarf with starbella, I went in every hole, and ended up with a longer scarf so I draped it differently. Welcome to our addiction!