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Hurry Up Scarf

By: Allena Jackson from Spindle and Wheel

This skinny scarf requires minimal yarn and looks far more complicated than it is. For an instant touch of elegance, have fun knitting up this unique easy knit scarf pattern. Whether you make this Hurry Up Scarf for the holidays or special occasions, you'll love how quickly it comes together.


Knitting Needle Size3 or 3.25 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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I see that the link has been down for quite a while. I was able to see the pattern a week ago but failed to print it out. A day later the website looked different and the pattern, matter of fact, no pattern can be accessed at all. I sure hope this can be remedied because I find the pattern really awesome!

after much reading, this one has been down far to long.

ok, I see the link is down. Can't wait 'til it is fixed. Love this one

what happened to the pattern for the Hurry Up Scarf??

do include this in another email when the link is fixed please :D it's gorgeous! :D

I can't view the pattern on the Spindle and Wheel website - can someone just cut and paste the pattern for me? Thanks!

Can't access pattern either!!!

Thanks for letting us know about the broken link. We've contacted the designer and will get a new link up as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience. - Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Can't Access pattern>>>????

Neither can I

I could not access this pattern - HELP!

I am also having difficulty in accessing the pattern.....please fix this so that we can obtain this pretty pattern....thank you.

I can't access this pattern because of the incredibly annoying Bing ad that pops up every time I try to access the pattern. Totally spoiling my experience.

"Knitting Needle Size: 3 or 3.25 mm" and "Yarn Weight: (1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)." However, any yarn that gives you the gauge will work, too. If you wanted to make this scarf in a DK or worsted weight, you would use a size 6-8 needle. Gauge is not as crucial in a scarf as it is a sweater (that needs to be fitted to your body dimensions) and that's a good thing!

I am sure I am just missing it, but what size needles? 3 maybe? thanks B)

very pretty and your spindleandwheel website is very informative

Simply lovely lace pattern and I always, really, appreciate a pattern with a chart that also has the rows written out, so thank you for that!

Where do we find this lovely Pattern.?


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