Lydia Davenport: Looks like a LOT of work !!! Not sure I can do this!!! You are GOOD!
carolync71: I clearly just don't understand how to use this yarn. I'm crocheting. Either I can't keep the yarn on the hook and it falls off or after about three rows all I seem to have is a jumbled up mess and I can't find the stitches anymore. Can anyone help me find a very very very very simple pattern or have I just wasted my money on this yarn and will end up having to throw it away?
Ernestine Martinez: Good video! More understandable then some other videos that I've seen!!
Lady Blackheart: I got a whole slew of this stuff on clearance for 10 cents a skein. Are scarves about all you can make with it or are there any pattern's say for shawls or anything of that nature? I have been looking but haven't found any. Nice vid. btw. ;)
Kathryn Belmonte: Thank you! This was so much easier to follow than Red Heart's tutorial. You did an excellent job at making the stitches visible AND you worked at a speed I could follow along with. Thanks so much!
Laurie Waldrop: I can see why people like to watch your videos. You really seem to want to help us learn. This will seem a dumb question, but doesn't it take more than one skein, and any tips on how to put them together?
Amanda Elliott: Thank you so much for this! I'm usually not a visual learner and can just read instructions and figure it out, but seeing it helped so much on this one!
Michele Begor: Thank you thank you thank you for posting this. Your video is so much easier to follow than Red Heart's! I'm a beginner at crocheting but I think I can do this now with the help of your video which is a good thing because I found some pretty blue sashay ribbon at the store for a steal....4 for the price of 1! I've got a lot of scarves to make! :)
Duke Louver: OVW, have you tried making this using knitting needles? If not, watch a tutorial and then practice and decide which way you like better...for sure knitting is the easiest!!
Lee Cockrum: More power to you for crocheting with this stuff!! I knit with it, but then all the stitches remain on the needle so I do not have to find them!! The scarves I've made with it have been very popular, I've made about 25 or so. And I definitely roll it on the cardboard tube!!
RockyMtn Hiker: You made working with this yarn look easy and I found it very difficult. I understand how to do it, but I found it difficult to find the stitches and turning it was difficult and it would get twisted and I decided this yarn is not for me. Good job on this tutorial! I just don't have the patience to work with this yarn.
Andrea Sutton: Thank you for a simple instructional video!! I may have to watch it a couple of times though!! :)
RockyMtn Hiker: TY TY TY!! This is SOOO much better than the one that Red Heart posted. You could not even tell what the woman was doing. The close-up really helps in showing the actual stitch loops. :D
Lynn W: What does it look like as a finished product?
Phyllis Lemoine: Thank you so much for this easy to follow tutorial. I watched two others that had me totally confused. thank you for showing each stitch as you worked it. I truly appreciate this help
Michelle G: That's really pretty.
Silverguardiancreations: I tried pulling the yarn through like you said but it didnt ppull through
Eugenia Roberson: nice very interesting thanks for sharing
Jill Hazard: But... but... what do you do with the tail you have at the beginning? I am use to the sashay and starbella... mainly the mesh yarn.. where you fold over.. neither tutorial I have seen on Boutique ribbons tells me what they did to the beginning tail you skipped
Jill Hazard: I could not find an empty paper towel roll and I did not want to wait for one to be available......sooooooooooooooooooo... I used my rolling pin haha.. It worked great
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