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Re: Scarves
Posted by: Luv (IP Logged)
Date: November 08, 2008 09:20PM

Teens and others may like their scarves long enough to fold in half (creating a 'loop')- place around the neck and put the ends through the loop. I saw this on Ophra for a new fashion look. It's extra warm too!

Subject Written By Posted
  Scarves JJKnitter 10/27/2008 01:29PM
  Re: Scarves KT 10/27/2008 02:01PM
  Re: Scarves Sally J 10/27/2008 06:09PM
  Re: Scarves JJKnitter 10/27/2008 06:29PM
  Re: Scarves Anne B 10/28/2008 05:54AM
  Re: Scarves Luv 11/08/2008 09:20PM
  Re: Scarves - "sometimes snowy" New Jersey Alex 10/29/2008 12:32AM
  Re: Scarves - only Flurries in Pa. Mother Hen 10/29/2008 10:31AM
  Re: Scarves - "sometimes snowy" New Jersey knittingmom 10/29/2008 10:33AM
  Re: Scarves - "sometimes snowy" New Jersey Anne B 10/29/2008 10:41AM

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