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The LOOPS scarf is an infinity scarf that can be made using virtually any yarn that is soft enough to be worn on the neck. It is very easy to make, and is versatile and trendy. The LOOPS scarf can be worn as a long scarf, or doubled up and worn as a cowl or chunky necklace. It is the new must-have fashion accessory for the modern individual.
LOOPS scarves also make superb gifts for family and friends.
Finished length: Approx 48".
Merino Velvet Worsted, Col 101
The combination of colors are very flexible. Mix and match to your own preference.
The following ribbon yarns may also be used in combination, or on their own:
1 x Ladder Ribbon Maxi; or
1 x East Track II; or
1 x Ladder Ribbon Glitter; or
1 x Ladder Ribbon; or
1 x Memento; or
1 x Tinkerbella; or
Yarn swift or 2 chairs;
Approx 3 yards of contrasting color yarn (preferably worsted weight cotton/cotton blend or superwash wool)
Gauge: Not important
To make scarf:
Set your swift to circumference of about 48", or set chairs apart such that when you wind the yarn around them, it gives a circumference or loop of about 48".
To make Scarf 1: With East Track II and Memento held together, wind around the swift or chairs 30 times (for a total of 60 strands.)
To make Scarf 2: With East Track II and Ladder Ribbon Maxi held together, wind around the swift or chairs 30 times (for a total of 60 strands)
To make Scarf 3 and 4: With Merino Velvet Worsted, wind around the swift or chairs 60 times (for a total of 60 strands)
Secure the ends. (*Note: Do not remove from swift or chairs yet.)
With contrasting colored yarn, loop around the secured ends for about 2-3", make a knot to bind off. Tuck the loose end of the yarn into the bound section just made.
Remove the yarn from the swift or chairs and smooth out the strands. You now have your LOOPS scarf! Enjoy!
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