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Countryside scarf

This nice long scarf only took a couple of days to make. I used a simple fan stitch and used three balls of Sundance Countryside wool/mohair/acrylic yarn. However, because I hardly ever use patterns, I now have one ball leftover. Tassels? Maybe. I have 4 balls of another color so I’ll just make it wider!

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Gray mohair scarf

For this scarf I used two strands of yarn. One is mohair and the other a tweed. I used a large crochet hook so the fan stitch is really open. This will sure be a warm scarf!

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Soft dune scarf

This is a very soft yarn because it’s a two strand yarn and one strand is mohair. The other strand is flashy making for a neat combination. I used a basic fan stitch and two skeins of Dune by Trendsetter Yarns.

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Plum Antonia scarf

I used four balls of Adrienne vittadini Antonia yarn for this great scarf in plum. I used a fan stitch. This is great yarn to work with!

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Pale lavender scarf

This yarn was amazing to work with! It is a bulky wool nylon blend. I made this scarf in no time with 4 balls.

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