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    Default Bainbridge neck warmer

    I don't knit a stitch, maybe a goal for 2009, but I thought someone here might be interested in this pattern. Hope the link works.

    http://www.pepperknit.com/patterns/B...arfPattern.pdf
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    I'm going to have to try this one! I have a bunch of scarves, but this looks like it would do an even better job of keeping my neck warm! Yea! I don't have to try to imitate a turtle and duck my head down into my coat any more!!

    Thanks!!
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    Thanks for the link, that is really cool.

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    Forgot to mention that I made one of these and LOVE it!! Going to make a few more - SO EASY!!
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    Thanks for the link! I think I will try one!
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    I'm going to try these for my friends on the mainland!! Mahalo!!
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    Debbie-cat, this would be super easy to crochet, as well. It is basically just a tube with a couple of straps.
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