Last year The Bee asked me to make her a “ruffle scarf with Halloween colors.” I was surprised because when she requests a yarnthing it is usually the yarn thing that I am making for myself . Actually when I was making a ruffle scarf for someone else she made the frowny face which teens perfect and declared that scarf too much for her. One day when we were shopping she grabbed a skein of orange and black yarn and decided she needed a scarf.
It was Starbella yarn she grabbed and at first I was a little hesitant. I never used tis brand; I wan not sure how the material was going to work up. It was looser than what I normally work with and I was concerned that I would drop stitches or lose my place. I put my reservations aside and am pleased with the way it worked up. The yarn is loose enough that I am not frustrated as I knit and looks pretty once it comes together. Once you get the hang of it, ruffle scarves are pretty easy work up, whether it is knot or crochet, giving you the gratification of completing a project within a day (or hours if you really have at it).
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Want more ruffle inspiration?
Check out Sashaying with TBCCrafters, a post where I show you how to work up ruffle yarn.
Have fun creating!
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