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Yarn Bee Chrysalis scarf pattern
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Nov 1, 2011 21:24:38   #
ebb
 
Have any of you a better descriptive pattern than the one with this new web yarn ... Yarn Bee Chrysalis ... Maybe one with detail pictures? Any help will be so appreciated! I am new here so I hope this works. Thanks!
 
Nov 1, 2011 21:31:52   #
funthreads623
 
A better descriptive pattern, than what?
I just finished one of these, but I crocheted it...simple. If I can help you, I'd be glad to. I also made one with the Katia Triana, knitted it.
Nov 2, 2011 05:43:53   #
tyratim
 
ebb wrote:
Have any of you a better descriptive pattern than the one with this new web yarn ... Yarn Bee Chrysalis ... Maybe one with detail pictures? Any help will be so appreciated! I am new here so I hope this works. Thanks!


I just posted this yesterday. It is crocheted and I am asking for input on how I did with the instructions. This is my first attempt at writing instructions. I was trying to get it done in a bit of a hurry. Let me know what you think.

God Bless






Nov 2, 2011 13:55:39   #
SuzanneJ
 
I'm interested in what pattern you used. I have been trying to locate a crochet pattern. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thank you, Suzanne J.
Nov 2, 2011 21:21:27   #
tyratim
 
Here is a pattern I created while playing with the yarn


Nov 18, 2011 19:21:56   #
ebb
 
This has worked great. You did really good on your pattern. I thank so much. I have made a number of scarves, ordered more yarn, and enjoying this so much! If you have other patterns to use with this type yarn, I would love to see them. BTW .... pictures of your scarves are beautiful!!

Thanks again!!

God Bless and have a wonderful Thanksgiving,
ebb
 
Dec 6, 2011 01:20:56   #
tyratim
 
For all of you Frilly, Curly Scarf lovers, Here is a new twist on this latest trend. I just ordered some and will post pictures of my scarf made with this new beautifully different yarn.

Here is the link so you can order your own. If you don't want to order such a large quantity, think about splitting the order with your friends.

http://beadadyx.onlineyarnstore.com/


Dec 10, 2011 22:37:42   #
butterflykiss47
 
Is this yarn similar to the Yarn Bee Chrysalis carried at Hobby Lobby? Would like to order from the link you posted as it sounds like a good mission.

I am just trying to learn to make the scarves - beginner to this. Have crocheted in past; but a friend told me these scarves are very easy to make. Will be good Christmas presents.

Thank you.
Dec 11, 2011 00:16:16   #
sweetsue
 
Here is a redheart knitted pattern
http://www.redheart.com/search/apachesolr_search/lw2517
Dec 11, 2011 02:48:07   #
tyratim
 
butterflykiss47 wrote:
Is this yarn similar to the Yarn Bee Chrysalis carried at Hobby Lobby? Would like to order from the link you posted as it sounds like a good mission.

I am just trying to learn to make the scarves - beginner to this. Have crocheted in past; but a friend told me these scarves are very easy to make. Will be good Christmas presents.

Thank you.


Yes this is similar to Yarn Bee Chrysalis except this has a thin chenille edge. I just made some scarves with it and they come out very beautiful. I will post pics later today after I return from church.
Dec 11, 2011 12:52:58   #
butterflykiss47
 
Thanks for replying so quickly. I've never knitted so having a time getting the process down. Got videos on computer & keep going over them. About time I think I have it I drop a stitch or two & start all over...

Takes time...!
 
Dec 11, 2011 13:39:41   #
mindybarlow
 
I am looking for a pattern or tutorial ( chrysalis ..yarn bee, yarn) on it the iinstructions they give.. didn't help me a darn bit. I've seen them and they are beautiful . I want to make one too. I am a beginner knitter. ty Mindy barlow
Dec 11, 2011 14:39:09   #
mindybarlow
 
THANK YOU SO VERY, VERY MUCH..ITS NOT KNITTING ..BUT AT LEAST I CAN CROCHET... IT HAS WORKED OUT GREAT, AND I AM NOT FRUSTRATED.
Jan 4, 2012 16:28:30   #
CMack
 
Search for videos on YouTube, but search for ruffle scarf or Piroette yarn/scarf. It will give you the basics and you can adapt. It looks really easy, but I agree, the instructions were cryptic and left me confused.

Here is one knitted ribbon ruffle scarf video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpWKVYG8Quw&feature=related
Mar 27, 2012 19:18:31   #
Echo1503
 
I have made a crochet scarf using Chrysalis yarn, but having a difficult time ending the last stitch using this yarn. Can you help explain how to finish this project.
Thank you so much,
Mary
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