This is made using a 5mm (H) hook and yarn that is like Bellini yarn, though in Israel it's called Raggae. Ice yarns calls it Oh la la. You can find this in most yarn store or online here.
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Using the loops, I gather 3 up on my hook by simply entering from front to back as shown above.
Once I have gathered 4 loops on my hook, I use the last loop I gathered (the farthest left loop) to pull through the rest of the loops on your hook to complete the stitch. Using 4 loops will make a good size scarf (230cms long or 90 1/2 inches long), but if you are looking for an extra long scarf, you may want to only gather 3 loops before pulling through all loops on hook. I do not have the measurements for the 3 loops because I didn't want the scarf to be that long so I ripped it out before measuring it Whoops!
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