tinglesrosyrupeeland: Your scarf looks really lovely ;w;
Horace Smith: Next challenge.
jazolivia: It's possible that I decided to double the rows after doing a quick swatch.
It's been ages and ages, mind you.
jazolivia: @SushiMooshi I ended up stopping at the Seasons 13 & 14 stopping point. So
it ended up around 12 feet long.
jazolivia: It's been so long ago that I did this scarf, but I am pretty sure I didn't
use any knots. My best guess is that I probably had a really long tail.
jazolivia: Ok...I've added the yarn details to the video description (more info)...
jazolivia: No problem! :o)
AlohaCow: @jazolivia thank you! it looks really nice!!!!
jazolivia: @xjessicaraverzx Thank-youuuuuu!!! :)
Heather Hayes: I tried making a season 12 scarf also, but it only ended up being maybe 4
feet long. Since the patterns on wittylittleknitter are for needle
knitting, was there some conversion step that I missed?
cherrypizza: How do you block the scarf when you have to knit around the corners?
jazolivia: Check the description. (For some reason, YouTube never sent me a notice on
this comment. Sorry for the late reply.)
jazolivia: @AlohaCow Garter...knit one row, purl one row, etc. :)
abbywithaG: Hi. I just wanted to know what are the colors and yarn you are using to
make this scarf.
wakingd25: Awesome tutorial! I was wondering where did you get your loom, what's the
brand of it and what weight is the yarn you're using?
AlohaCow: What stitch did you use?
jazolivia: Since this loom wasn't a double knit loom, it probably isn't the best video
for that information. You might want to check out a video on Changing
Colors in Double Knitting by YouTube User: KnittingBoard.
tfrailie: @jazolivia Thanks!
Laurie Blackwell: I don't know if you will answer. I was watching your video. How to you
change a color if you double knit it? Or is it better to just do it single?
jazolivia: I had to rush the blocking process, because I had to give up the scarf
quickly. I tried my best by stretching it down our longest hallway. I
believe I misted it, put some towels on top, and gave it a quick iron.
There are better ways to do this, I'm sure, but I was in a hurry.
Heather Hayes: That would make sense...I'll try that next time, thanks.
tfrailie: Where did you find your pattern?
Carrie Lynn: Thank you for the tip. I'm just starting to get comfortable with my EFG
sock loom. Have a great night.
Paulina Stehr: I'm sorry, It's been a while since anyone commented on this video. I'm
planning to make this scarf and I have a few questions if it doesn't bother
you too much. How long does this scarf become? Someone told me it was
twenty feet long.
weesadtomato: The tail from the #1 colour - the colour I,m changing from, keeps slipping,
causing the last row of stitch to come loose. Is there a step I missed? Did
you knot or something before cutting off the tail?
blueeyedgenious: thank you!!! this was exactly what i was looking for! I'm making this for a
friend for her birthday, and i really had no idea what i was doing :)
jazolivia: @tfrailie Oooh...sorry...I missed seeing your comment. The pattern is now
in the description.
jazolivia: Thanks kiddo... :)
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