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Quick and Easy Snake Scarf

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JennyKnits Snake Scarf

Love, love, love working on scarf projects.  First off, they typically knit up fairly fast and gives me that thrill of finishing a project.  I’ll often have at least one scarf project going on the side at all times.  When I’m working on a project that will take a while to complete, I’ll work in a scarf project for a detraction and to get a small accomplishment on my way to completing the long project.

I found this yarn on sale and wanted to give it a try.  I always buy 2 skeins of any yarn I just happen to run across, unless I have a certain project already in mind.  I only used 1 skein on this project because I wanted a shorter scarf that I could tuck into a jacket and not wrap around and around my neck. So I had this beautiful variegated yarn and needed a project that would showcase the color changes in an interesting way.

The yarn is Paton’s SWS Soy yarn.  It had about 110 yards per skein.  I don’t see this yarn listed on the Paton’s website any longer, but it can still be found on Ebay.

The pattern is on Ravelry and called Kureopatora’s Snake and it’s FREE.  The yarn is soft and has a bit of a halo, meaning it has bit of a “fuzz” around the thread  itself.  I really loved the way it turned out.  I actually used this scarf this past winter when visiting North Carolina.  Very comfortable and warm.

 

 

Snake Scarf

What kind of projects do you work on while working on bigger projects?  Do you like having that sense of accomplishment that completing smaller projects give?

 
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