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Quick to Knit Scarf - Blue

$22.95
This kit includes everything a first-time knitter will need to make a soft, blue scarf! Details below.
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Perfect for beginners, this kit takes knitters from start to finish and produces a soft, simple blue scarf.


Included in kit: Wool yarn, wooden knitting needles, instructions.


Complete scarf size: 3 inches wide, 50 inches long.


Recommended for 8 years and up.

Perfect for beginners, this kit takes knitters from start to finish and produces a soft, simple blue scarf.


Included in kit: Wool yarn, wooden knitting needles, instructions.


Complete scarf size: 3 inches wide, 50 inches long.


Recommended for 8 years and up.

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