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Black Labrador Scarf. Gray stripes, knit scarf with black Labs. Knitted Labrador Retriever dog

Handmade, Labrador Retriever scarf. Scarf features a black Labrador Retriever silhouette on each end. The scarf colors range from light silver to black. We loom knit the length of the scarf using a striping gray and black yarn. The length is double thick and then I crochet the sides of the scarf and the Labrador retrievers into the ends. The labs are part of the scarf and not added as an applique. All loose ends are sewn in and the last photograph shows the back of the scarf. Scarf measures…

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Striped loom woven poncho or sweater weap, soft fringe poncho, Mecxican poncho, kimono, woman's poncho, men's poncho, minimalism

A personal favorite from my Etsy shop

Tracie's Infinity Scarf uses Lion's Brand self striping yarn. Great color combination, nice drape. Definitely going on my To Do List.

from In the Loop Knitting

Easy Scarf Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern Zick Zack Scarf- Christy Kamm’s scarf is knit with an easy chevron lace pattern. Use two colorways of self-striping or variegated yarn for the most colorful scarf. Pictured project by knispeltante.

The Co-Op Wool and Silk Scarf is a celebration of ancient artisanal practices. Hand-loomed in Uttarakhand, India, the fabric is a luxurious blend of Himalayan merino goat wool and environmentally friendly eri silk. In tasteful fall colors, this scarf is great in both stripes and checks.

Choose two colors and cast on for this simple top down raglan pullover. The back neck is raised with short row shaping in a contrasting color. The yoke is worked in stripes with slipped stitches along the raglan increase lines. Striped ribbing at the cuffs and bottom edging echoes the colorful yoke.Sample is shown in Large with 4" / 10cm of positive ease. Sweater is intended to fit with 2-4" / 5-10cm of positive ease.Sample is in: Brooklyn Tweed SHELTER. Other listed yarns are suggested…