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I made the Reclamation scarf from Fibranatura Cobblestone yarn. I loved working with this yarn -- 100% superwash merino. It's a cool pattern because you can make it from any yarn weight with appropriate needles and to any size you want. I knitted until I ran out of yarn.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/reclamation

I made the flamingo scarf pattern from Morehouse Farm. I did not buy the kit and used Vanna's Choice yarn. It's hard to find the right colors.

http://www.morehousefarm.com/KnittingKits/Scarves/Flamingo/
 

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Love the idea of knitting until no wool left. It means:
1. it will make something useful, even if uncertain about wool quantity
2. you will end up with something lovely, either as a scarf or a shawl.

Beautiful idea. Why waste good wool if one can knit it into something useful??

Well done on your results which look very lovely indeed.
 

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larlie said:
Love the idea of knitting until no wool left. It means:
1. it will make something useful, even if uncertain about wool quantity
2. you will end up with something lovely, either as a scarf or a shawl.

Beautiful idea. Why waste good wool if one can knit it into something useful??

Well done on your results which look very lovely indeed.
Thanks for the comments. I had to take out a row so I would have enough yarn left to bind off.

The flamingo is for a gift.
 
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