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Left: hulafrog; right: GatorBah

Left: hulafrog; right: GatorBah

Left: Twigfur

Left: Twigfur

Nyan Cat really lends itself to being made into a scarf, doesn’t it? Here’s a few examples of the pattern by Kelley Freeman.
This is my favorite feature of Ravelry – you can see versions of the project made by other Ravelry members. This helps me decide whether the pattern is actually good or not. The person who posted it could be a fantastic knitter but a shabby photographer. It’s also fun to see the modifications people make!

Left: jenomicon; right: Luna1130

Left: jenomicon; right: Luna1130

Laura Cochrane

I’m an editor at MAKE and CRAFT. I like hiking, biking, and etymology.


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  1. Jennie says:

    Photos on Ravelry are clearly marked copyright of their owners. As the owner of one of these photos, I’m very disappointed that Craft would post these photos without, at the very least, direct links back to the pages where they found them.

    1. Laura Cochrane says:

      Hi Jennie, I originally included a link to the main project page, where user projects are one click away. But you’re probably right — linking to the actual pages of each user-crafted scarf would have been best practice. I went in just now and added links to all but one, which I can’t find.

      Thanks for writing, and for making such an awesome scarf!