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Feb 18, 2012 11:02:14   #
jamvncent
 
Here are photos of a foofy scarf I made out of this black and white NoBo yarn I purchased from ireneofnc in this forum. I love it!!

It was made based on slight modifications to the instructions found here: http://marzipanknits.blogspot.com/2011/01/fru-frueyness-scarf-free-machine-knit.html I cast on 9 stitches. At the end I knit a kind of border row to close up the two side of the knit side wherein I hung three stitches of each side on three needles, knit three rows, hang the next three stitches of each side, knit three rows. I also hung the decorative yarn (the NoBo yarn) during this process. in the end you can't really see the "wrong" side of the knitted yarn and closing up the sides together leaves a nice rope type of look (see the third photo). Hope that makes sense. If I make another one I will try to do a youtube video of it as its very easy to do and a lot harder to explain.






 
Feb 18, 2012 13:06:24   #
ompuff
 
jamvncent wrote:
Here are photos of a foofy scarf I made out of this black and white NoBo yarn I purchased from ireneofnc in this forum. I love it!!

It was made based on slight modifications to the instructions found here: http://marzipanknits.blogspot.com/2011/01/fru-frueyness-scarf-free-machine-knit.html I cast on 9 stitches. At the end I knit a kind of border row to close up the two side of the knit side wherein I hung three stitches of each side on three needles, knit three rows, hang the next three stitches of each side, knit three rows. I also hung the decorative yarn (the NoBo yarn) during this process. in the end you can't really see the "wrong" side of the knitted yarn and closing up the sides together leaves a nice rope type of look (see the third photo). Hope that makes sense. If I make another one I will try to do a youtube video of it as its very easy to do and a lot harder to explain.
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Very, very nice. :thumbup: :thumbup:
Feb 19, 2012 07:30:07   #
Windbeam
 
Very pretty!
Feb 19, 2012 07:42:57   #
Sandiego
 
Beautiful scarf!!! Was the yarn hard to work with? ;0)
Feb 19, 2012 11:12:30   #
i knit
 
very nice love the color i too have been wanting to ty one a lil nervous but will be brave & do it lol!
Feb 19, 2012 12:30:11   #
jamvncent
 
The yarn was not to bad to work with -- but I bet knitting it by hand might be more challenging. :-)
 
Feb 19, 2012 14:50:29   #
Hazel Blumberg - McKee (a regular here)
 
What a lovely scarf!

Hazel
Feb 19, 2012 18:49:34   #
Knitry
 
Wow. Love this.
Feb 19, 2012 23:08:53   #
alexis kuppersmith
 
love the scarf, i have been looking for a pattern to hand knit this scarf. my dil got one for christmas but it was made in a worsted weight yarn. any help with pattern
thanks
Feb 19, 2012 23:13:51   #
Kelly2011
 
This is very cool! I love the black and white effect. Reminds me Cruella from 101 Dalmations! My secret alter ego! lol!
Feb 19, 2012 23:33:49   #
missylam
 
Sure would love to have a hand knitted pattern to make one. I do not have a knitting machine. May just buy the yarn and try to come up with one on my own after I finish all the projects I have to do before Easter. Today my granddaughter tells me she needs a baby hat before Fri. I don't even have the yarn yet.
 
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