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Town & Country Scarf
Pattern Number: 60310A
Rating: ****
4.0 (based on 6 reviews)
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Town & Country Scarf Reviewed by Tara on 2010-01-23 *****
I LOVE this pattern. The only thing that I did was only use two colors that I picked out for my friends. I used their favorite color and brown together. I have no idea what the other reviewers are talking about when they say their scarfs look nothing like the picture because they look exactly like the picture.

Town & Country Scarf Reviewed by on 2009-01-31 ****
I agree with others that said the pattern does not produce a scarf that looks like the picture. Since I read this before making it, I was mindful of the colors and here are the changes I made. I reduced the beginning chain to 274. The scarf is still very long. I am 5'8" and it still hung below my knees when just put around my neck. The first two rows I worked as written (in charcoal) after that, I worked one dc row in green and then brown, changing colors in the last stitch of the row. The light blue I worked a hdc row, switched back to brown in the last stitch, then worked one dc row in brown and then green again. Then, switching to the charcoal in the last stictch of the green row, I then finished with two dc rows of charcoal. I put corresponding fringe for each color. I think the result turned out looking like the picture, unlike the written pattern. Hope this helps anyone that may need it! This was a great pattern and I love the color combo.

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Town & Country Scarf Reviewed by Hedy Samuels on 2008-10-23 *****
I just made this scarf and it is lovely. I gave it to a young friend of mine and she loves it! It was great fun to crochet and I plan to make more for Christmas gifts.

Thank you very much.

Town & Country Scarf Reviewed by JOSEPH S MARKOWSKI JR on 2008-02-23 ***
Like another reviewer, I noticed that the pattern does not match the picture and I was disappointed. I thought that the picture looked a lot prettier than the pattern, however I still enjoyed making the scarf. I made it for a dear friend, but I thought the featured picture would have fit him better. The picture has a really sharp color-scheme that looks to be a row of color with black mixed in (i.e. a lemongrass row with alternating stitches of black, so: lemongrass, black, lemongrass, black...) and the written pattern is not for that at all, the rows are solid. I also ommitted the final row at the end of the scarf because it would make the sides uneven. I was pretty disappointed with this pattern, but I will experiment on my own to make a scarf to match this picture. I think it would work well with spike stitches.

Town & Country Scarf Reviewed by Pamela Pokragac on 2008-02-19 *****
I made this scarf for myself because I loved the color combination. It only took two days to complete and it was so easy; just Single & Double Crochet. My daughter loves it just as much, so I guess I'd better get started on my second one! This is a great project to make - especially if you don't have as much time as you'd like to crochet (in my case, all day!).

Town & Country Scarf Reviewed by MAREN MCLAREN on 2008-01-31 **
I made this scarf for my brother, and the pattern as written is not what the picture shows. When you make the pattern, it has the three contrast colors (besides the main charcoal gray) as three stripes with the gray in between, instead of what the picture shows: gray, green, brown, gray blue, gray, brown, green. Also, I checked my gauge, actually made it shorter than the called-for 150 in., skipped the last row of gray which I considered unnecessary, and I still didn't have enough of the gray at the end to finish the fringe when I ordered the correct amount of yarn.

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