Seaweed Scarf

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Despite LouBug’s total ‘dissing’ of this Cha Cha Cha yarn, I’m very excited to see how it will turn out.

This yarn is perfect for the lazy knitter. Some of my knitting projects have taken AGES to complete, and yet appear completely unremarkable. This yarn is very easy to knit, takes no time at all and yet looks VERY COMPLICATED. Hurray!

Seasoned knitters aside, mere mortals will exclaim (after the initial response of “why are you wearing seaweed around your neck?”):

“How on earth have you managed to knit that?! You must be a knitting genius!”

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On completion I will be maintaining an air of mystery as to how I have created such a wonder, but will secretly know that the Cha Cha Cha yarn does all the work.

After a brief tutorial (again YouTube), I am away creating my underwater delight. Just knit along the top of the frill, leave a few inches between the next stitch and fluff out as you go. What could be easier?

Progress report soon.

KnitWit

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. loverj
    Mar 27, 2013 @ 02:36:18

    These scarves make me feel really talented…then really guilty because they are so easy. Big bang for the buck!

    Reply

  2. mary
    Mar 27, 2013 @ 10:47:10

    hmm…this green is my favorite..but as your posts suggests..I’m terrified to work with the yarn as it looks difficult….you can always send me the finished scarf!

    Reply

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