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24 December 2012


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Lisa W

Thank you for the great tutorial. I can't wait to try it out!


What a beautiful, thoughtful present! Thank you!
I will be making one of these for sure when I get some time after the big day!
Have a very Merry Christmas!


Thank you so much for this lovely Christmas gift. Merry Christmas to you and yours.


Hey Penny---Love your Christmas present tut...how did you know I was going to make an infinity scarf after Christmas?! Will definitely try your version, Thank you. Have a wonderful Christmas! I'm so hoping we get snowed in with tonight's storm...tho will Santa get through? ;-)


Merry Christmas, Penny! It's so cute that you painted your nails to coordinate with your project. Or did you choose fabric to coordinate with your nails. Or was that just an amazing fluke? :-)


How'd I miss this? I have had to wear scarves all winter - if my neck and throat get cold, I get miserable. This is so perfect!! No extra stuff hanging down, which is really tricky on bathroom breaks, and no worries about realizing it's hanging down 3 feet on one side and wondering how long it's been that way! Gonna make one tonight with some delicious purple flannel I just found left over from one of Sydney's projects.
And... nice nails!!


Just done it, with a luxury Armani faux fur for the lining!
I made it like a cowl (shorter than your) and I totally love it!
I'm gonna wear it tonight - it's cold here!
Thanks from Italy!

Katie Parries

Wouldn't 52" be way long to just be around your neck? It is beautiful how you did it, but a little confused on the length. But THANK YOU for a great tutorail Katie


Perhaps stupid question but do you do the gathering stitch when the scarf is right sides together or wrong sides together?

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