Friday, December 05, 2008

FO: Noro Striped Scarf



Pattern: Noro Striped Scarf

Yarn: 4 skeins of Noro Silk Garden (color numbers: 84 and 284)

Needles: US 7

Started: November 17, 2008

Finished: December 2, 2008

Comments: Loved making this. Quick, fun and wish I could afford to make another. It's about that time of year to think of others...damn how many days left until Christmas?

The pattern is a basic 1x1 rib and you keep knitting until you don't want to do it any more. If you happen to pick up and touch the Noro Silk Garden and were a little concerned...don't be. The yarn softens up fantastically.

Final dimensions for this was 6 inch wide by 6 feet long. I could totally see this done up skinnier/shorter/longer what ever floats that boat;)

I might have jumped in the Noro Scarf line with everyone else, but I'm glad for it because temperatures in Chicago are unbelievably cold... freeze the nose hairs cold.

5 comments:

Knitterary said...

It's perfect. I was nowhere near the noro scarf conga line, but yours makes me want to dance along.

Merry Gentlemen said...

Why do you scarf people keep tempting me like this. You're gonna make me spend $40 on yarn!

A :-) said...

It's beautious :-) And yeah, it's really cold today . . .

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Mrs. H (aka MrsAych) said...

It's beeyooteeful! The colors are so pretty! :)