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  • Ondria

    Bijou Reflection by Champagne Maker This double layered scarf with a delicate lace edge can be snuggled close to your neck to keep any chill out. Its unique construction reminds me of a reflection. It is worked lengthwise in one piece, the top reflecting the bottom, with a drawstring casing in the middle. I’ve included sash instructions, but you can replace this with your own fabric sash to add even more personal style to this fun scarf.

  • Joan Gillen

    Bijou Reflection Knitting Pattern by MagpiePatterns on Etsy, $6.50

  • Nancy Castle

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  • Reeve Coobs

    amazing pattern

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  • KirsiN

    During my education in 90s at School of Arts and Design in Finland there were also taught another technique, hem in the same step as knitting. After the first rows you fold the hem and knit together with the stitches you left on a waste yarn (the start row).

  • Carla MacMIllan

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  • KirsiN

    Yes, that's right, it brings a more neat result. This is practiced especially when you machine knitting where the start row often is on a waste yarn.

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