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Nov 13, 2013 14:58:37   #
SallyJ
 
Recently someone made and posted a picture of a "boa" cat scarf. I thought that I had bookmarked this but did not. I do have a pattern but can anyone answer for me if 36" is too long for a child's scarf? She is 7 years old.

Thank you everyone.
 
Nov 13, 2013 15:12:58   #
Knitcrazydeborah
 
Is this the one?
http://showtellshare.blogspot.com/2011/07/knitted-cat-scarf.html
Nov 13, 2013 15:14:26   #
Janina
 
SallyJ wrote:
Recently someone made and posted a picture of a "boa" cat scarf. I thought that I had bookmarked this but did not. I do have a pattern but can anyone answer for me if 36" is too long for a child's scarf? She is 7 years old.

Thank you everyone.


Hi Sally, I guess if she makes a couple of turns around her neck it should be ok. Not sure though. Good luck.
Nov 13, 2013 15:16:05   #
Angelsmom1
 
SallyJ wrote:
Recently someone made and posted a picture of a "boa" cat scarf. I thought that I had bookmarked this but did not. I do have a pattern but can anyone answer for me if 36" is too long for a child's scarf? She is 7 years old.

Thank you everyone.


I believe if you have her hold her arms out to the sides, you can measure from fingertips to fingertips to get a good length. Adults are generally 5 feet long if that helps
Nov 13, 2013 15:34:14   #
SallyJ
 
No, that is not the scarf. It is made from boa yarn and fun fur.
Nov 13, 2013 15:35:58   #
SallyJ
 
Thank you everyone for the replies and suggestions. I guess if an adult size is approx 5' a child's is probably 3' (36").
The pattern is called Snuggle Cat Scarf.
 
Nov 13, 2013 17:17:27   #
Angelsmom1
 
SallyJ wrote:
Thank you everyone for the replies and suggestions. I guess if an adult size is approx 5' a child's is probably 3' (36").
The pattern is called Snuggle Cat Scarf.


I just got a pattern called Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie with Pockets. It says for a childs size, it should be made as long as the child is tall plus a few extra inches for when they grow. http://www.mooglyblog.com/cuddly-cat-scoodie/ can be found at mooglyblog.com
Nov 13, 2013 20:50:36   #
rainie (a regular here)
 
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cuddly-cat-crochet-scoodie-with-pockets

free
Nov 14, 2013 10:07:53   #
nankat (a regular here)
 
SallyJ wrote:
Recently someone made and posted a picture of a "boa" cat scarf. I thought that I had bookmarked this but did not. I do have a pattern but can anyone answer for me if 36" is too long for a child's scarf? She is 7 years old.

Thank you everyone.


I read that the rule of thumb is that the scarf can be as long as the owner is tall.
Nov 14, 2013 10:45:27   #
Janina
 
nankat wrote:
I read that the rule of thumb is that the scarf can be as long as the owner is tall.


That is very interesting, I never knew that. Will have to measure all the scarves I made... :lol: :lol:
Nov 14, 2013 15:14:05   #
ifangoch
 
I had to check your post as I wasn't sure whether you were knitting a scarf for a cat LOL
 
Nov 14, 2013 17:53:22   #
MaryE-B (a regular here)
 
It's on Ravelry. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/snuggle-cat-scarf
Really cute.
I searched for cat scarf boa and it was the lone result.
Nov 14, 2013 23:54:02   #
JuneS
 
The striped cat scarf pattern that Knitcrazydeborah posted is 36 inches long and is shown on a young boy and looks just about right for a 7 year old.
Nov 15, 2013 00:50:01   #
crochetknit Deb (a regular here)
 
nankat wrote:
I read that the rule of thumb is that the scarf can be as long as the owner is tall.


I don't think the fourth Doctor was as tall as his scarf. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Nov 15, 2013 16:28:47   #
Angelsmom1
 
Angelsmom1 wrote:
I just got a pattern called Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie with Pockets. It says for a childs size, it should be made as long as the child is tall plus a few extra inches for when they grow. http://www.mooglyblog.com/cuddly-cat-scoodie/ can be found at mooglyblog.com


This is a free Crochet pattern. Not the same as the knitted on your talking about. I checked the knitted on on Ravelry and it is $2.99.
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