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Home : Patterns : Mandy's Felted Scarf
 

Free Craft Pattern: Mandy's Felted Scarf

Lion Brand« Alpine Wool
Pattern #: 90161AD
Rating: *****4.5 (based on 2 reviews)
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SKILL LEVEL:  Beginner (Level 1)

SIZE: Varies
About 6 x 24 in. (15 x 61 cm) after felting. Size varies.

CORRECTIONS: None
 

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This fun free-form technique creates a unique scarf without any knitting or crocheting.
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Alpine Wool

Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 822-099: Alpine Wool Yarn: Vanilla
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Alpine Wool
Vanilla Blueberry Chili Bay Leaf Cinnamon Black Pepper Olive Oatmeal
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*Alpine Wool (Article #822). Solids: 100% Pure Wool
Oatmeal, Barley: 77% Wool, 15% Acrylic, 8% Rayon; package size: 3.00oz/85.00 gr. (93yds/85m) pull skeins

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Additional Materials
Bubble wrap
Liquid dish soap
Spray bottle
Rubber gloves
 

Mandy's Felted Scarf

Lion Brand« Alpine Wool

GAUGE:

Exact gauge is not essential to this project.

NOTES:

1. Due to the nature of hand felting, project size will vary.
2. Treat finished scarf with care. Do not knot or twist.

SCARF
Lay bubble wrap onto a flat, waterproof surface with bubble side facing up.
Lay yarn back and forth across top of bubble wrap in a continuous strand of spaced vertical lines to cover an area about 8 x 30 in. (20.5 x 76 cm) (This is larger than finished scarf since shrinking will occur during felting process). Lay yarn in opposite direction to form a second layer of strands. Continue layering yarn in alternating directions until about half the yarn has been used.

FELTING
Fill spray bottle with hot water, add a small amount of dish soap. Spray yarn evenly with hot soapy water, being careful not to soak. Roll up bubble wrap tightly to encase yarn. Wearing rubber gloves, begin to roll bubble wrap back and forth vigorously, pressing firmly, for about 5 minutes.
Unroll bubble wrap, and spray yarn again lightly. Roll up bubble wrap in opposite direction, then continue rolling vigorously for another 5 minutes.
Unroll wrap and check felting progress. Yarn strands should have begun to felt together.
Continue to roll, changing direction and checking felting progress every few minutes.
When yarn is felted to your satisfaction, rinse piece very gently with cool water. Roll felted piece very gently between 2 towels to remove water, do not wring or twist. Lay piece flat to dry.


 


 


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Pattern Average Rating: *****4.5 (based on 2 reviews)
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Mandy's Felted Scarf Reviewed by shannon on 2009-11-15 *****
I used this idea with multiple natural fibers and colors. After I made the first, I made 2 more. I did this in my bathtub which was good because it got messy and when my hands were tired I used my feet too. I am exhilerated! The crafting potential is unlimited. Thanks.


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