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Spritzer Scarf
Pattern Number: 90641AD
Rating: ***
2.5 (based on 12 reviews)
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Spritzer Scarf Reviewed by Nathan on 2015-10-18 *****
The pattern is simple and effective. People are complaining about the time put into this project because of its length. If you're not up for that, then why rate it bad? Don't do it then. You're never forced to use exactly what the project calls for. Knitting and crochet is very customizable.

Some people are complaining about the price. You can easily substitute yarn for this and watch the price vary. People need to take the time to read as well. It says you can use scrap yarn too.

Reviewed by Madeline on 2015-02-01 ****
I made this using scrap from a baby blanket with knitting worsted weight instead it took all me about a week to finish I only cast in 40 stitches and went until finished all the scrap on hand and its long enough that doubled around my neck it reaches my waist it's perfect


Spritzer Scarf Reviewed by Sylvie Tourigny on 2011-08-21 *****
I went about this a somewhat different way: lengthwise. I already had a fair few lengths of sock yarn and started knitting about 100", changing colourways as the mood struck. & started and stopped colours as I wanted. I like fairly wide scarves, so I kept going until it was 20 inches wide, folded it in halves, sewed the RS against each other, and blocked it with my clothes steamer. Someone in a hurry, could have started wearing it at 4" x 100", and periodically added stripes. Just a thought.

Spritzer Scarf Reviewed by Kim Hitchcock on 2011-06-07 *****
I used left-over sock yarn and it turned out great. Next time I'll maybe try it on double points and make a tube.

Spritzer Scarf Reviewed by Linda on 2010-10-25 *
Madeleine, you are right, this would take a long time to complete as it is written. To approximate this look, knit on a 16" circular needle, size 8, and knit with two strands of sock-weight yarn. You will get a more finished-look using a circular and you would only have to cast on half of the number of stitches recommended[unless you have a lot of extra time on your hands, in which case this would be a good deal in terms of $ per hour of knitting].

Spritzer Scarf Reviewed by Madeleine Johnson on 2010-05-24 ****
Mary Kay, Lion Brand recommends this as a scrap yarn project, but provides the yarn + cost information for those who want to buy yarn. I agree, $100 is a lot for a scarf.

This is a gorgeous scarf, my only qualm is with 140 in. to be knit on size 3 needles with sock yarn, this could take awhile. :)

Spritzer Scarf Reviewed by Mary Kay on 2010-05-18 *
Please - $100 for a scarf? Looks cute, but this pattern is ridiculous - we could use scraps!

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