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45 min Recycled Sari Ribbon Scarf

April 29, 2010

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Check out the one skein scarf that’s super easy and takes no time at all to make. Best of all it’s made from recycled silk sari remnants and is created by women. No sweatshops, no child labor and only at www.darngoodyarn.com

Please be sure to watch the video above because I talk about how you can get a great deal on the ribbon and the needles!

To make it:

Get one skein of any one of these ribbons: http://store.darngoodyarn.com/products?search=180+ft&search-submit=

Then get your size 50knitting needles. Cast on 7 and work the whole skein up in garter stitch. Yeah it’s simple. but like what I always say, you don’t need to over-complicate a complex yarn with a crazy pattern. Let the yarn speak for itself!

 

This will make a nice wispy scarf!

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Get two skeins of any one of these ribbons: http://store.darngoodyarn.com/products?search=130&search-submit=

Then get your size 50 knitting needles. Cast on 5  and work the whole skein up in garter stitch. Yeah it’s simple. but like what I always say, you don’t need to over-complicate a complex yarn with a crazy pattern. Let the yarn speak for itself!

 

This will make a chunky thick scarf good!

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Get two or three skeins (depending if you want a longer scarf) of any one of these ribbons: http://store.darngoodyarn.com/products?search=117&search-submit=

Then get your size 50 knitting needles. Cast on 5  and work the whole skein up in garter stitch. Yeah it’s simple. but like what I always say, you don’t need to over-complicate a complex yarn with a crazy pattern. Let the yarn speak for itself!

 

This will make a soft slightly chunky scarf good for indoor/outdoor use.

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