Step 2: Measuring, Cutting, and Creating

The scarf can be created from really any number of pieces of yarn.  The scarf I made consists of 30 pieces of yarn - each 120 inches in length.   I placed the pieces of yarn in a pleasing pattern of my liking and I placed them consistently in the same order; however, you can place the pieces of yarn in a consistent manner if you are so inclined or not - either way results in a work of art.

You will recall I selected eight different yarns.  I cut a varied number of each color depending on how I wanted the scarf to look.  
<p>Just wanted to let you know that I featured this pattern over on this blog post: </p><p>https://wrapuplancaster.org/2016/07/20/no-sew-scarf-spiration/</p>
Beautiful! <br> <br>&quot;I love the texture of these scarves and the ease of the project!&quot; said the woman whose never picked up a knitting or crochet needle in her life. ;-)
Thanks so much! I too have picked up those scary needles either. Take care!
I love all the fun colors!
Yes - the possibilities are endless - they are so very fun!
Super fun, and a great gift idea! My mom saw a lot of these at a craft fair she went to recently. They were very popular!
Hmmmm - maybe I should start making more and going to craft fairs. Thanks for your positive comments!
Great idea. Goes on my list of possible christmas presents for the family.

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Bio: I am recently retired and am truly enjoying not working. I do love being creative and spending time at our cabin.
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