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Here's what I've been making to sell for the holidays. Thanks for looking


Carlene


 
Posts: 1372 | Location: NE.Ok zone 6b | Registered: Oct 09, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Beautiful! I love the colors.


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Ooooo, really pretty.


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Lovely. I saw that yarn(?) and wondered what to do with it.
 
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Aren't they fun!!!TFS


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Those are beautiful! I thinking these are knit - do you know if you can crochet with this yarn?
 
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No they are crochet. I can't knit. There is a video on You tube showing how to do them. It's
by Red Heart yarn. Type in how to crochet with Sashay yarn
There is a video for knit too.
If you make some please post pic..
If you need a link to the video I'll be glad to
post it.

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Carlene
 
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There is also a video on you tube by Maggie Weldon (Maggie's Crochet) and for me, it was easier to do than the one by Red Heart. Slightly different look, but still a pretty scarf.


Dale
 
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Michaels has the yarn and a project sheet that shows how to make these scarves. Been meaning to try it out, but just haven't had the time. Currently, I'm crocheting with 32 guage wire with beads added and making jewelry. Oh, and cotton yarn making potholders and dishcloths, and Impeccable yarn by Loops & Threads for my ponchos. Ah, well, mayby this winter I'll have time to try some new stuff.

LindaJ52
 
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I DO NOT knit or crochet. BUT, I have made 3 of those scarves already.My sister claimed one before I was even finished. She said 'No problem, Ill just put some beads on the end of it". I know the "jests" of knitting and it doesn't have to be perfect to get the same effect. I love these. They are all over Alberta. They sell like hotcakes at farmer's Markets and flea markets. They are so easy to make.
 
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I'm knitting them


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Very pretty Jacky! I like the way it lays in rings. I'm making a black and white one now. Thanks.


Carlene
 
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Wanted someone to make this for DGD will trade one of the lace ones like above,any colors.


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I made about 75 of them from the middle of November until Christmas - sold all but 6 of them. They are addicting to make. I crocheted mine, but want to try knitting too.
 
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WOW you were busy. I only made and sold about 25 of the ruffled ones. They are addicting!! I'm done with them and will make something different to sell next Christmas. I get pretty bored with the same thing very long! May I ask what you how much you sold them for? I sold mine for 20. Thanks


Carlene
 
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I'm still making some - still getting some orders. Hope they are still popular next Christmas but I will try to find something different as well. I sold mine for $15 or 2 for $25.
 
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How long do you make them? I'm crocheting one and used about half the skein and it seems about the length I would like. I have some other scarfs that are so long they get in the way.
 
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Mine are about 6' long because I like to use all the yarn (haven't figured out what to do with the left over). I crochet 10 stitchs at a time!


Carlene
 
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A lady at my beauty shop makes those and they look great. She said they are simple.
 
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Hello All,
I made them shorter for younger great niece, then used the leftover yarn to make one for her my size Barbie.


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Not sure if I saw the message on here or another one. There is also a pattern to make these by casting on 10 stitches and then taking of 9 stitches in one swoop(so to speak) You can tell I don't knit or crochet by my language. THis makes a cute scarf and is completed faster. I usually make 2 scarves with one skein.
 
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google no crochet sashay scarfs and the video will come up for you....very easy pattern
 
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I have purchased some yarn. Need to look up a crochet pattern. Will have to look up the video that you guys mentioned.
 
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I have some awesome VERY EASY. knit stitch only, scarf patterns for sale for only 4.50 in my etsy shop. These scarves knit up really quick, in the round, on size 15 and size 17 needles.My favorite pattern for sale knits up in just one skein of lions brand homespun yarn!
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Beau...?section_id=12202968

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