Noro Kotori Scarf

Noro Kotori Scarf-Noro Kotori

The Noro Kotori Scarf by L & B Yarn Co. is the perfect for a pop of color on grey fall days! Ramping up for cooler weather? Give this fringed beauty a try. Great for knitters at any level the pattern is simple to memorize so it’s quick to knit! A combination of yo, k2tog, and stockinette stitch gives the finished project a great finished texture.

Noro Kotori Scarf-Noro Kotori

We love the added fringe at the bottom that gives the scarf a vintage appeal. This sizeable scarf just uses two balls of the new Kotori from Noro. Kotori is a subtly self-striping, thick and thin worsted weight wool blend.

Noro Kotori Scarf-Noro Kotori

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Noro Kotori Scarf

Materials:

Yarn: 2 Balls of Noro Kotori

Needle: US 10.5

Scissors & Darning Needle

 

Pattern:

 

Cut 120-15” pieces for fringe

 

Step 1: Cast-on 61 stitches

Step 2: RS-Sl1 *YO, K2tog* repeat * to end of row

Step 3: WS-Sl1, P to end

Repeat steps 2 and 3 until around 4 yards remain

 

Bind off, weave ends into project, add fringe, and block!

 

Abbreviations:

YO: Yarn over

P: Purl

K2tog: Knit two stitches together

Sl1: Slip one stitch as if to knit on rs, Slip one stitch as if to purl on ws

RS: Right Side

WS: Wrong Side

Gradient Baah Scarf Pattern

The Gradient Baah Scarf by L & B Yarn Co. is a simple yet elegant knit. The size is perfect to lay around your neck to accent your favorite coat. You can also wrap it once or wear it in a keyhole for extra warmth!
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Materials: Yarn: 4 Hanks Baah Sonoma in gradient of choice (worked light to dark)

Needle: 8-24”

Scissors, Markers, & Darning Needle

 

Gauge: 4.5 sts= 1” in garter stitch; Gauge is very important please take time to do a gauge swatch!

 

Finished Measurements: 13”across x 75” Before Blocking

 

Pattern:

Step 1: With lightest color cast-on 40 sts PM, CO2 sts PM, CO 40 (82 sts. Total)

Step 2: K4, ssk, k to m m1L, slm, K2, m1R, k to last 6 sts, k2tog, k4

Step 3: k to m, slm, k to m, slm k to end.

Step 4: Repeat rows 2 & 3 changing to next ball of yarn when you have completed each ball working the balls from lightest to darkest.

Note: When changing to new ball change at the end of a row not in the middle of a row.

Step 5: Bind Off, and weave in ends. Block

 

Abbreviations:

CO: Cast On

SSK: Slip Slip Knit

K2TOG: Knit 2 together

M1R: Make One Right

M1L: Make One Left

PM: Place Marker

SLM: Slip Marker

STS: Stitches