My new Obsession??

December 20, 2009

Well I think i am finally going to knit a Noro striped scarf. After seeing all the blog hype about this scarf… i finally decided that not only is the scarf very pretty and not only will it keep my attention but I SIMPLY MUST HAVE A SCARF LIKE THAT.


So here is the plans so far. I have the yarn all 4 balls of silk garden colorway 239 (Hey I could use different colorways but I do not have an lys here and unfortunately Michael’s and joann’s does NOT stock Noro.) So how did I get Noro yarn you ask.. Someone sent me a donation of yarn ( I teach kids to knit or crochet whichever they choose and unfortunately I am reduced to asking for donations every once in a great while) I just happened to look in the box when it arrived at my house and I saw *gasp* Noro yarn. Now normally I would let the kids have any yarn they wanted but I will admit that when I saw the Noro yarn…*looks down in shame* I snatched it. Is that wrong? Now all I have to do is find an inexpensive but good quality yarn maybe something like an acrylic/wool blend that is self striping so that  when the kids see my scarf and want to learn how to make it they can.

Now all I have to figure out is what size needles to use…

Added later: Well I thought it was my new obsession then I tried it out and it seemed on the thin side. i like my scarves kind of thick and warm..then I had a thought * which may or may not be a good thing*   I could just design my own scarf!! so here it goes

Noro Obsession Scarf


3-4 skeins of Noro silk gardern or a worsted self striping yarn

size 8 (5.0 mm) double pointed needles.


Cast on 38 sts

Divide sts on the needles in this manner

needle 1: 12 sts

needle 2: 12 sts

needle 3: 14 sts

Join together without twisting the sts

Do a 1×1 rib for as long as you want the scarf to be

Row 1:  *k1,p1 repeat from * around the needles

Continue the scarf until you run out of 1 ball of yarn and when you do add the new ball of yarn

Continue the 1×1 rib scarf until it is the length you want it to be

Bind off and weave in the ends

Wear and enjoy!

And now for the Legal jargon:

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