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Hanging Noro Striped Scarf

A simple yet enjoyable project with gorgeous result. My second Noro project, but my first time with Kureyon. I love this scarf; I am definitely a fan of Noro. It is yet to be blocked, and I am someone who is not bothered by really course or textured yarn. Though, I may block it eventually when it actually gets cold so it can soften up, but it is already quite long and really wide even when I restarted on a 4.0mm with 35 sts cast on.

Noro Kureyon Scarf Decadence

Noro Striped Scarf, started May 27th 2008, finished July 14th 2008 Ravelry Project Page
Pattern: Noro Striped Scarf as popularised by Jared Flood. Ravelry Pattern Page
Size: 6″ x 76″ (6 feet 4 inches) unblocked

Rollin' Noro Scarf

This was a very enjoyable knit, as I knit slowly while watching films or when on break of other more advanced projects. I really enjoy making easy and enjoyable scarves even after having learned so much. The colour variations of the yarn makes this scarf even more unique and fun than most. This will definitely be my new go-to winter scarf.

Noro Striped Scarf 01

Yarn: Noro Kureyon (100% wool 50g 110yds) – 2 skeins #156, 1 skein #147, and 1 skein #159
Needles: #6/4.0mm
Cost of Project: $28 for yarn (the most expensive project that I have undertaken yet I think)
Would I knit it again? Yes! Next time, I would make it skinnier, and one could probably make one skinny scarf (casting on less than 25 sts) with two skeins of Noro.

Project 123/365 - Noro Striped Scarf

4 thoughts on “Noro Striped Scarf

  1. I’m late to comment but I just saw your scarf on Ravelry and had to say how much I love this one. You chose beautiful colours to combine and your photos are so professional.

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