Noro Slip Stitch "Herringbone" Scarf

Project Description

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo The Noro Slip Stitch Stripe Scarf Link to website or photo https://ribbedforyourpleasure.wordpress.com/2009/06/18/the-noro-slip-stitch-stripe-scarf/

What you will need

  • Two different yarns
  • one solid
  • one with color transitions. I used 2 skeins of Noro Silk Garden (45% Mohair
  • 45% Silk
  • 10% Wool) and a little over 1 skein of Fibranatura Oak (50% Merino
  • 30% Silk
  • 20% Linen).

Q&A with Wrenknits

difair asked:
Love the way this looks! Noro is such a versatile yarn.
Wrenknits answered:
I love Noro too, and the color changes keep it interesting as you go along.
Susan McIntyre asked:
Wow that is just beautiful wish I could knit. Your color choice and use of two yarns is ingenious. Congrats on a beautiful job and project, thanks for sharing and inspiring.
Wrenknits answered:
Thanks for the note. Knitting is likely a lot easier than you think, and with all the online videos available it is like having someone show you how!
Cheryl Bridgemon asked:
Do you show how its done.
Wrenknits answered:
This is a project that I made following a published pattern. You can find many online instructions if you need any assistance with basic knitting instruction. This scarf is actually fairly simple for an advanced beginner.
lorie.frischknecht@gmail.com asked:
This is stunningly beautiful and looks very warm and cosy, too!
Wrenknits answered:
Thanks so much, this is a lovely and easy pattern with great results!
josephine5544536 asked:
Where can I get free patterns on line?
Wrenknits answered:
Best place ever: http://www.ravelry.com