This scarf was started out of a desire to indulge my need for color, texture, and an improvisational knit. I also wanted something I could work on without employing too many brainwaves. Mission accomplished.
- Yarn: Noro Iro, Color 56, 264 yards
- Needles: Size 11. I experimented with smaller needles but found the resulting fabric too stiff.
- Pattern: Cast on 17 stitches and work in seed stitch until you run out of yarn.
This is an incredibly generous scarf in terms of its length. I can wrap it around and around my neck and still have ends left over. When I stretched it out on the floor to measure just how long it was, Spike came to investigate.
He is just so good at the yoga standard, Downward-facing Dog. I’m a little jealous…
In retaliation, I decided to wrap him up in the scarf and see what would happen. He didn’t like it.
I think I’ll sleep with one eye open tonight.