Christmas is approaching faster than the Polar Bear Express and if you are like many knitters, its down to the crunch with a few more rows to knit, a handful of stitches to cast off, and ends to sew in. Then its time to relax and enjoy the festive season in all its radiance and splendor. The dazzling light displays in the neighbourhood, and beautifully decorated trees with big shiny ornaments are only here once a year.
Nobody holds a paintbrush to wool quite like NORO does, the unrivaled champion of colour in bright and cheery rainbow hues. Embrace the spirit of the season with a simple basketweave scarf knit in Kureyon by Noro.
Finished Size: 8.5 in/ 22 cm x 60 in/ 150 cm
Needles: 5.00 mm
Tension: 18 sts and 22 rows = 4 in/ 10 cm in Pattern St
Cast on 34 sts. Work in Pattern St as follows-
Row 1- K2, *K5, P5*, rep *to*, end, K2. Rep this row 5 more times.
Row 7- K2, *P5, K5*, rep *to*, end, K2. Rep this row 5 more times.
Rep these 12 rows for Pattern. When work measures approx 60 in/ 150 cm ending with a Row 6 or 12, cast off all sts.
Make Fringes: Cut yarn approx 9 in/ 23 cm, in groups of 5 strands. Attach 7 fringes along each end of scarf.
Design by: Michele Meadows