When Ann Norling came to visit the other day, she brought along a few copies of her brand new pattern: the short row scarf. After begging her to autograph the copies and succeeding, i quickly snatched up a ball of the Noro Kureyon Sock and starting knitting! Ever since the baby arrived, I've been desperately in need of a project that is fun, yet relatively mindless. This fits the bill on 2 counts: the short row process is easy to memorize, but interesting enough to keep my brain working just a wee bit the kureyon sock color changes keep me wanting to knit more, as i'm always wondering what color is going to show up next. I'll keep you posted!
Noro Kureyon Sock Yarn
Fingering (27-32 sts/4 in), Wool, Hand Wash
Addi Turbo Circular Needles - US 3 - 24"|
Ann Norling Patterns - 69 - Short Row Multi-directional Scarf|