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4 skeins of Lamb's Pride worsted weight in main color
1 skein of Lamb's Pride worsted weight in contrasting color
2 21" (53.34 cm) US 6 (4.00 mm) circular needles
F/5 (3.75 mm) crochet hook
Locking stitch markers
Cast on 74 sts in main color (MC).
Divide your sts evenly between the 2 circular needles taking care not to twist them.
Rows 1-22: Knit on the round with main color, break yarn leaving about 6 inches (15.24 cm) of tail.
Row 23: Place marker, start knitting in contrasting color (CC), when you come to the beginning of the round slip the first stitch over without knitting
Row 24 Knit on the round, break yarn leaving about 6 inches (15.34 cm) of tail.
Row 25: Place marker, start knitting in MC, when you come to the beginning of the round slip the first stitch over without knitting.
Row 26-27: Knit on the round, break yarn leaving about 6 inches (15.24 cm) of tail.
Row 28: Place marker, start knitting in CC, when you come to the beginning of the round slip the first stitch over without knitting.
Row 29: Knit on the round, break yarn leaving about 6 inches (15.24 cm) of tail.
Repeat rows 1 -29 until you are about 3 to 4 inches (7.62 to 10.16 cm) away from the desired length, then finish the Scarf by repeating rows 1 - 22 in MC.
Bind off in your favorite way.
Weave in the ends.
Block your scarf and let it dry according to manufacturer's instructions before putting the fringe on.
To make fringe use the crochet hook to place three 7 inch (17.78 cm) pieces of yarn in MC folded in half in every other stitch.
CraftyAndy's tutorial was taken with permission from Ravelry.
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