1. Once your scarf is long enough, cut your yarn to leave a tail of at least 6-8 in. (Complete your stitches so that there is only one strand of yarn on each hill.
2. Take the strand from your last completed hill and raise it over the top and onto the hill to its left. You will now have one empty hill and one hill with two strands. Continue this step until the scarf is off the container.
3. Run your tail through the stitches to make a knot and keep your scarf from unraveling! You can do the same with your starter tail as well so that both ends are the same...that is up to you.
4. Wear as is or add fringe to the ends.
There are several different ways to do fringe. I still haven't decided on what I like best!
Suggestions: a) Cut 10-20 10in. strands, fold in half, thread through the bottom stitches and pass your strand ends through the fold, pull to tighten. b.) Cut 10 -12 10in. strands - thread them through one or two stitches, make sure strand ends are even and use another piece of yarn to make a tie in the middle.
Note: I just received my Joanns circular - they are having a 4 day sale 1/12 - 1/15 and they are advertising Fun Fur yarn 10 for $10 - that is an awesome deal - the regular price is $3.29 - 4.99!!!!! Other yarns are on sale as well - some brands/styles 2/$5 and others 2/$10
Have fun - happy scarving!!!
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