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45 min Recycled Sari Ribbon Scarf


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This beautiful free knitting pattern is made using yarn that's crafted from silk sari remnants. The super easy pattern makes this scarf a breeze to work up and the no-frills design makes it an ideal back drop for showing off some luxurious art yarn in your stash. If you've been looking for a fast project that's perfectly shabby chic, then give this scarf a try.

45 min Recycled Sari Ribbon Scarf
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Knitting Needle Size: 19 or 15 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This knits up very quickly - and needs only one skein to complete the scarf. As I had two skeins that 'matched' I doubled the length and made an infinity scarf that is lots of fun, then used another skein to make the scarf in the directions. One of the added benefits lies in the recycled yarns and another is that women are given work to make the yarn - there is no child labour and none of the sweat shop horror, so I can honestly enjoy these scarves

This sweet little accessory can truly be made in less than an hour. The combination of huge needles and bulky yarn and five stitches will make the work fly through your fingers. I noticed the links to the yarn did not work, but think it will take 40 yards or so to make the scarf.


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