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« Using up Scraps... | Main | Getting in the mood for HALLOWEEN!! »

September 22, 2009


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Sharon Peters

Hi Joy - scarf is gorgeous - am going to have a go at that! Hope you are well. Love Sharon XX

Debbie Roberts

The scarf is lovely!

I love Westonbirt too, very near to me, are we nearly neighbours?

The halloween tin is excellent what a brilliant idea

Debbie x


I will have to try this scarf... I am horrible at knitting, so even your instructions seem daunting! :)
What an uplifting website.


Oh I'd love to see the maples, awfully far though :(

Super scarf, looks manageable, and the little mummy great fun.


I might have to make a scarf like that !!!!
loving the halloween tins too Simple but effective x


meant to say another westonbirt fan here too :D

joy aitman

Dina, go for it. Honestly it is easy. And it grows quickly. I have nearly finished one in the car today while waiting for trampoline club to finish!


That scarf looks wonderful Joy and if it wasn't nearly midnight I would be reaching for my knitting needles to give it a go straight away! Your daughter looks lovely modelling it. I'll be starting mine first thing in the morning - thanks for sharing.


Joy - that scarf has inspired me to pick up my knitting needles again - thank you!!

I love this site and should comment far more often than I do but pls be assured that it's truly inspirational!!

Rebecca Smisson

oooh I'm a total beginner at knitting but think even I can manage to at least attempt that, can't wait to see how it turns out, thanks so much for the instructions :)


Looks lovely and I've already started one, but how do you finish off please? Do you cast off after a 'knit 15 stitches' row?

joy aitman

Oh just saw this question. Cast off after knit 15st. row. Very easy.


Thanks Joy!

This pattern is awesome! I'm now on my third scarf and am making them for stocking filler Xmas presents.


joy aitman

I am so delighted that everyone is knitting. The world is going to be full of twirly scarves.

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