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Carnaby Tweed Scarf
Pattern Number: 81063AD
Rating: *****
4.4 (based on 5 reviews)
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Carnaby Tweed Scarf Reviewed by Joyce Baranski on 2011-02-17 ****
I Love this scarft. Very easy to make and I used 3 different colored yarns for a soft patterned look.

Carnaby Tweed Scarf Reviewed by Samantha Barrett on 2010-09-14 ****
I crocheted this scarf using 3 different yarns instead of 2 then I joined the ends to make a cowl! Love it, nice and warm :)

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Carnaby Tweed Scarf Reviewed by Colene Trotter-Raitt on 2010-03-30 *****
This is a great scarf and very easy to make. I plan on making more with different color couplings.

Carnaby Tweed Scarf Reviewed by Kellie Green on 2009-10-31 ****
I used Vanna's Choice: Silver Blue and Black. (only used 1 ball of each)

Although the scarf looks heavy, it is actually soft and warm around your neck.

My sister now wants one!

Carnaby Tweed Scarf Reviewed by carla fiene on 2009-10-14 *****
The first scarf I made using the pattern w/2 strands of yarn and it turned out very pretty. The second scarf I only used a single strand of yarn which does not give it the tweed look but makes a very pretty scarf. I added a s/c border in a contrast color on the second scarf. The scarf's directions are easy to follow and it doesn't take long to finish the project.

 
 
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