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judye Posted - 09/02/2008 : 10:58:30 AM
Can anyone tell me what the directions for the Loopy Bolero Scarf by Lion Brand is trying to convey? It's on their website in their free crocheted patterns. I am having a so so so hard time trying to envision what they are saying in their rather easy instructions. Can't see it. Maybe someone else can. The scarf is very lush. Made with two yarns. Bolero and another yarn. Their instructions sould crazy.

Maybe I am.

In any event, would appreciate your input. I am sure it's me.

judye
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Kathleen-NYC Posted - 09/02/2008 : 11:32:48 AM
I answered you above in the "random ..." category.

Here's the link to the pattern:

http://cache.lionbrand.com/patterns/50884.html?noImages=0

It looks like you are just making 8" accordian folds with the Bolero and securing each three strands with a slip stitch of Wool-Ease.

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