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Orange and Black Ruffle Yarn
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Oct 1, 2012 09:33:15   #
Dee32
 
Does anybody know where I can find "just" orange and black yarn for the ruffle scarf?
 
Oct 1, 2012 09:33:53   #
maysmom
 
I can't say that I do, but should I see any I'll post it--

Karen N.
Oct 1, 2012 12:32:39   #
tyratim
 
Here are a couple you may want to look at... The bottom two are solid colors that you could mix together.

http://beadadyx.onlineyarnstore.com/salsa-orange-black-fnt2-24784

http://www.beadadyxyarn.com/product_p/329.htm

http://www.beadadyxyarn.com/product_p/255.htm

http://www.beadadyxyarn.com/product_p/267.htm
Oct 1, 2012 12:33:24   #
Cathryn 2ed (a regular here)
 
Go to Google.com and type in 'orange and black ruffle yarn'
Oct 1, 2012 13:24:58   #
HandyFamily
 

Not quite what it should be...

Oct 2, 2012 14:43:56   #
EVK90344
 
I have used a ruffle yarn like the one pictured only in different colors. You can "knit" one row and then twist the yarn so that you are knitting on the orange side thus exposing the black yarn. I did this doing several rows of each side, and it was very unique.
 
Oct 2, 2012 14:46:57   #
HandyFamily
 
Am... I've seen two-colored yarns that can be twisted like that, but this particular type can't...



You only knit in the "holes"...
Oct 2, 2012 15:17:19   #
EVK90344
 
Sorry! I thought your original photos showed more black so that you could reverse them.
Oct 2, 2012 16:27:25   #
Dee32
 
Thank you all for your info. I was hoping for black and orange in chrysalis or sashay. I guess they don't make it. Will have to decide on one that my be close.
Oct 2, 2012 16:31:35   #
EVK90344
 
Katia Rizos has oranges 130092 from Mary Maxim. Herrschners has Premier Starbella in solid black, and Red Heart Boutique Ribbons has the color Fire which might work. They may be in different widths. It is hard to tell from the photographs. Hope you find what you want.
Oct 2, 2012 16:31:36   #
HandyFamily
 
No, it is two colored - the little... "stools" are black, but it is not revisable.
Here is some reversible. Still 1/2 hours of the Tuesday promotion...
 
Oct 2, 2012 23:12:24   #
medtrans56
 
I saw some I think in either Mary Maxim or Herrschner's catelog
Oct 2, 2012 23:26:54   #
no1girl (a regular here)
 
ICE yarns have it i just checked.if you buy online as I do.

they call it SALSA
Oct 3, 2012 00:46:06   #
HandyFamily
 
I think salsa is not really irreversible either. ICE's reversible is Frilly, but I did not see orange and black.
Oct 3, 2012 01:14:04   #
no1girl (a regular here)
 
I did not notice the word'reversible" in the original request.

I imagined the person wanted to knit a ruffle scarf, orange with black bobbles...........mesh.
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