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Knitting Shoppe woe...A scarf!!

I often ask people, women in particular, if they knit.  The main answer is, "My Grandmother did all of our knitting."  " I would love to learn how to knit but don't have time to knit a scarf."  That is the common belief.  That to learn to knit means you start with a scarf.  Then one lady said to me that "they had to beg Grandmother to not use such itchy yarn."

What if you started with a scarf?  And only used one stitch (the knit stitch) for every row and used a lovely, soft, shimmering, chunky yarn in your choice of colors, and could be done in an evening???  Christmas gifts, here we come.