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Help using ballerina ice for scarf
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Dec 25, 2011 01:25:45   #
Stallcup
 
Hello friends.....does anyone know how to use ballerina ice (for scarf)...I've looked and for the life of me cannot find a tutorial anywhere. If you can help it would be appreciated. Merry Christmas knitting/crocheting friends.
 
Dec 26, 2011 08:55:00   #
missyern
 
I know the instructions are there somewhere as I have seen them but I am sorry I did not save the site. Of course it was a different brand of yarn.
Dec 26, 2011 09:07:31   #
ompuff
 
Stallcup wrote:
Hello friends.....does anyone know how to use ballerina ice (for scarf)...I've looked and for the life of me cannot find a tutorial anywhere. If you can help it would be appreciated. Merry Christmas knitting/crocheting friends.


I did a couple scarves with the ballerina yarn. You do it in the same manner as the other ruffle yarns---do a search for Katia triana---cast on 6 or 7 stitches-about 1-2 inches along the web and just turn and knit every row. Takes a little getting used to but makes a pretty feminine scarf.
As the saying is, try it, you'll like it. :)

did a search and found this for you---flounce is kinda the same a ballerina.

http://www.colorfulstitches.com/blogs/blogs.php?subaction=showfull&id=1282331214&archive=&start_from=&ucat=&

hope this helps. :thumbup:
Dec 26, 2011 09:59:31   #
Beth7
 
Is Ballerina Ice a name for a yarn? It doesn't sound like a stitch pattern.
Dec 26, 2011 10:29:19   #
missyern
 
Youtube has demos on using this yarn. The one I watched was on Red Heart Sashay Yarn.
Dec 26, 2011 12:38:24   #
tyratim
 
Beth7 wrote:
Is Ballerina Ice a name for a yarn? It doesn't sound like a stitch pattern.


The Maker of the yarn is Ice and the name type is "Ballerina" . If you are looking to purchase this yarn, I suggest looking here http://beadadyx.onlineyarnstore.com/scarf-yarns-ballerina-red-multicolor-green If you need help working with this, let me know, I will do my best to help.
 
Dec 26, 2011 13:02:34   #
grandmann (a regular here)
 
tyratim,

I notice your Birthday was Christmas Day Dec. 25. You are definitly an angel of the Lord. Happy Birthday and many more to come.
Dec 26, 2011 13:04:55   #
tyratim
 
grandmann wrote:
tyratim,

I notice your Birthday was Christmas Day Dec. 25. You are definitly an angel of the Lord. Happy Birthday and many more to come.


Thank you so much. I am Blessed!
Dec 26, 2011 16:47:31   #
Stallcup
 
Thanks a million. I appreciate your help. Hope you have a safe, healthy and prosperous New Year. Thanks again
Dec 26, 2011 16:50:02   #
Stallcup
 
Yes. Thanks to all who helped finding a video. I got it and thanks to all of you. Hope everyone has a safe and happy New Year
Dec 26, 2011 16:51:01   #
Stallcup
 
Thanks, friend. Happy New Year
 
Dec 26, 2011 20:14:00   #
BobnDejasMom
 
ompuff wrote:
Stallcup wrote:
Hello friends.....does anyone know how to use ballerina ice (for scarf)...I've looked and for the life of me cannot find a tutorial anywhere. If you can help it would be appreciated. Merry Christmas knitting/crocheting friends.


I did a couple scarves with the ballerina yarn. You do it in the same manner as the other ruffle yarns---do a search for Katia triana---cast on 6 or 7 stitches-about 1-2 inches along the web and just turn and knit every row. Takes a little getting used to but makes a pretty feminine scarf.
As the saying is, try it, you'll like it. :)
Thanks. I bought a skein of Ballerina ice the other day. Thought it would be fun to try something different on Christmas...but then I couldn't find instructions. (They weren't on the back of the skein label.)

did a search and found this for you---flounce is kinda the same a ballerina.

http://www.colorfulstitches.com/blogs/blogs.php?subaction=showfull&id=1282331214&archive=&start_from=&ucat=&

hope this helps. :thumbup:
quote=Stallcup Hello friends.....does anyone know... (show quote)
Dec 26, 2011 20:21:52   #
Stallcup
 
Thanks for all your help. I got it. Hope you have a happy and safe new year.
Dec 26, 2011 21:02:17   #
ompuff
 
Stallcup wrote:
Thanks for all your help. I got it. Hope you have a happy and safe new year.


Great--now have fun! :D :thumbup:
 
          
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