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another Quetion About Ribbon Yarn Scarves

Posted by ivamae (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 12, 13 at 15:07

I'm on my third one now and quite pleased. However, I am wondeing if it would be possible to make an Infinity scarf and if so, how would you do it?

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RE: another Quetion About Ribbon Yarn Scarves

I've thought of the same thing, Iva Mae (my middle name is Mae, too). I'm thinking of trying this: On the last row, I'm going to go through the first stitch on the needle and the first stitch on the other end of the scarf and bind them off together. I think I'll give it a twist first so it's kind of like a moebius.

Anyone have another (better) idea? I'm all ears.

RE: another Quetion About Ribbon Yarn Scarves

I found I liked doing it back and forth on a circular needle and I wondered if it wouild be possible to use a lot of stitches for the length and just do a few rows? Do you think that would work or not?

RE: another Quetion About Ribbon Yarn Scarves

Sure, it would work. Only your ruffles will be vertical instead of horizontal.

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