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Net Scarf Pattern

Back on 6 January 2004 I received an e-mail from David Keller stating, “I thought I was the only person in the country that did netting. I do mainly bags, hammocks, etc. but lately have had a lot of demand for neck scarves, I call them Blizzard Busters.”

Up to that time I had never considered netting a scarf. I asked him for more information. He replied with the instructions.

I thanked him and asked, “Would you permit me to put your instructions on my web site - giving you credit, of course?”

He graciously replied, “Yes, of course you may use the instructions.”

It took me over 6 years to put the instructions up on my website, but here they are.


Blizzard Buster

neck scarves designed by David Keller

fuzzy, soft baby yarn, or angora.
1" mesh stick

Net 16 loops across for 64 to 72 rows. For the little ones I adjust the size down.

Finish by putting fringe on the ends.

For the fringe use two or three strands about 8" long, doubled over and secured with a larks-head through the end loops.

Additional netting patterns can be found at Knots Indeed.

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