Step 3: Tying and Completing

Gather all the pieces of yarn together.  Use your fingers to pull them all together - like a comb.  Throughout this completion stage, use your fingers as a comb to straighten the pieces of yarn.

Fold the scarf, which now it is, in half.  Tie a regular knot in the middle of the scarf.  

Tie another knot on both the right and left sides of the scarf 14 inches from the middle knot.  Tie one more set of knots on both the right and left sides of the scarf 14 inches from the others.  In total - the scarf has five knots - one in the middle and two on each side.  

Trim the ends and wrap around you neck in your favorite style!  I usually fold the scarf in half and pass both end through the loop and adjust accordingly.  

<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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