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Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Noro One Skein Scarf

Noro One Skein Scarf
Originally uploaded by happy go lovely.
as i mentioned a couple days ago, i made this fabulous scarf from the Noro that Kim sent me, and it occured to me that other people may have a skein of Noro, or some other pretty yarn around, and not know what to do with it. i find this scarf is a nice length and weight, and all you need is 100m or more of yarn knit with 4.5-5mm (7-8 US) needles. I got the stitch from an old copy of the Mon Tricot stitch lexicon, and knit the scarf using 7mm needles (10.5-11 US) to get a looser knit.
Cast on 20 stitches. To keep the edges neat, I used the German "Randmasche" which means that you always slip the first stitch knitwise, and knit the last. I'm not sure if it makes any real difference, so use it or not, as you like :)
R1 - K1, P1, *YO, K1, P1* repeat * to end
R2 - *K1, P2tog, YO* repeat * to last 2, K1, P1
R3 - K1, P1, *YO, K2tog, P1* repeat * to end.

Repeat rows 2 and 3 til you're almost out of yarn, and bind off. Voila! Quick, easy, one skein scarf!
posted by tatjana @ 11:57 a.m.  
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