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    Thumbs up my next project

    http://www.woolrich.com/CGI-BIN/LANS...referralID=NA#

    i love the idea of hand (warming) pockets in my scarf - "I" will be making this (rather than buying it) for myself.

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    Very nice!! There are a few patterns out there for just such a scarf. There's a very nice one called Cable Pocket Shawl or something like that. I don't think it's a shawl, just a WIDE scarf. But very nice & warm looking.

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    That is so cool! Even with gloves in the winter, I still stick my hands in my pockets, so I would love a scarf to do the same with!

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    I was thinking of knitting my mother a wrap with pockets for the same reason.
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    lol yeah i came across it looking for a gift for someone else... and saw that and thought "how easy!" and "what an obviously great idea!" LOL

    I dont really use patterns, if i see it or see it in my mind, I can make it.

    i'll let ya'll know when I've made it...

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    ~Very cool! I'll have to add that to my project list.~

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    yep... i think either way "pockets in a scarf" is a great idea!

    thx for sharing your ideas too!!

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    maybe the pocket is for an ipod.

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    I like the pockets on the scarf idea

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    another idea that came to mind is for kids sewing mittens/gloves TO the scarf... like some ppl sew them to the jacket sleeves.
    just an idea! extra warmth is good.

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