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July 11, 2011


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love the child's version, gorgeous! wow, what a simple gift to make, or crafty idea to sell at a fund raising event! thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday!


This scarf is totally awesome, thank you so so very much. I have heaps of fancy odds and ends bobbly yarn that I just know what to do with it now. woo hoo, scarves for gifting and wearing here we come.


I just bought about $35 worth of yarns because I wanted a blue scarf and a black scarf. They were easy to make and not very hard to do. Just measure and cut. I will probably give them away as gifts and make myself other ones. I can use the same yarns with differnet colors mixed in and get different scarfs to wear with different color shirts. Love the idea. Not expensive and easy.

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