Noro Stripe

After seeing the scarf knitted by a few guys on here, I thought I'd finish mine (started it months ago but couldn't get into it for some reason) It's taken about seven months


Britisher's picture

Looks great. Even though I usually go for subdued colours normally, you've created something with that yarn that's really eye-catching. Hope you've started to get some use from it already. Nice one.

Craig's picture

Great looking scarf

Have been knitting for years. I knit continually then will try another craft, but will return to the needles.

crmartin's picture

Very nice, the colors work well together.



Buck Strong's picture

Great work!! What colours did you use?

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agperovsek's picture

Hey Steff, this is really beautiful...congrats on the nice work...really enjoy the colors..kind regards Tony

grandcarriage's picture

I like...very nice. I hear about finishing UFO's: (Unfinished Fiber Object) That's my goal right now, too. A friend dubbed it "Ravelry Rivalry" or "Competitive Knitting."
Well, it gives me an excuse to get some of the uncompleted finished.

I like this scarf though...a very simple but intellegent use of Noro. BrooklynTweed design, yes?

That's a great picture of you, BTW.

scottly's picture

I love the warm pallet you've chosen. It reminds me of a sunrise over the ocean.

stef's picture

Thanks to you all, I used a mixture of Noro Silk Garden and Noro Silk Garden light (my lys only had Silk Garden in one colour), I can't remember the actual shade numbers, I need to take note in future).

Looks Great! I've started one and can't wait to see the way the colorways work out. Thanks for the picture. Paul