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I love the scarf. I think with all the ribbing, that helps it to lie flat. Also if you use a soft wool, angora or alpaca you can block it to lie flat.

I have found that it is acrylic yarn that curls
 

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tenaj said:
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Look up a scarf called 'Palindrome,' it is reversable and has a cable in it, it's very pretty. I made one, and I do plan on making another.
This is the pattern site I already posted for the scarves I'm making. Thanks anyway
I made this scarf for my mil, but I made it twice as wide. I used Lion Brand Tweed Stripes (acrylic). I loved doing it, and she loves wearing it. I plan to make more from this pattern in future. I only wish there was a way to obtain the yarn used in the original (see link). That is BEAUTIFUL. Thank you for the pattern. Using a needle size smaller than recommended, it is very dense and warm...now she wants a sweater in the same pattern. ???
 

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carolky said:
tenaj said:
CrystalP said:
Look up a scarf called 'Palindrome,' it is reversable and has a cable in it, it's very pretty. I made one, and I do plan on making another.
This is the pattern site I already posted for the scarves I'm making. Thanks anyway
I made this scarf for my mil, but I made it twice as wide. I used Lion Brand Tweed Stripes (acrylic). I loved doing it, and she loves wearing it. I plan to make more from this pattern in future. I only wish there was a way to obtain the yarn used in the original (see link). That is BEAUTIFUL. Thank you for the pattern. Using a needle size smaller than recommended, it is very dense and warm...now she wants a sweater in the same pattern. ???
You can find it on EBay. I love this yarn and have jealously kept as much as I could afford to buy. It is wonderful to work with and everything I made with it turned out beautifully.
 

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Thanks for the pattern and I now know what to do with my Lion Brand Tweed Stripes yarn that I've been saving for something special. Love that yarn--it works up so pretty! :thumbup: :-D
 
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