Back to basics!

Narberth, Pembrokeshire, UK

After finishing the YoP knit I brought away with us (more on that later) I found myself on holiday with a ball of Noro Kureyon Sock and needles but no access to my pattern library, which is stored online.

I will admit that at one point I considered asking someone to text me a pattern line by line - a kind of mystery text-along - but thought better of it. So it was left to memory.

The only pattern I could remember was the very first I knitted back in January to make my cowl.

It's been quite amusing to come back to this after a few months - it seemed a little complicated the first time around, and I didn't really understand the instructions, I just followed them blindly, but is the simplest pattern! It's not quite what I had in mind for this yarn, but I think it might make a pretty scarf for someone.

Sent from my iPhone on a wing and a prayer.

11 comments

  1. ooooh I LOVE it.How much yarn will it need?

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  2. This looks lovely! The yarn is beautiful!

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  3. The scarf is going to look awesome with this yarn.

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  4. oooo those colours are lush. I am about to start a similar project as a pattern test for a friend.
    Tickety-boo
    xxxx

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  5. I haven't bought any Noro b/c it's a bit scratchy for me but gosh, the colorings are just gorgeous.

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  6. It's beautiful. My LYS has just started to stock Noro and flip it's expensive, will have to find the perfect pattern for it. I have a feeling this might just be added to the list!

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  7. That is gorgeous - lovely colours in the yarn. I'm going to keep a look out for pics of the finished scarf....!

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  8. LOVE the pink and purple Noro! I've never seen that colourway here before! It's funny how the patterns we begin with seem so hard, but a few months later seem so easy, its how we can tell we have developed and improved! You are right, it will make a beautiful present :O)
    Love ALice XXX

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  9. That's very pretty! Funny how patterns stay in the memory, but stuff like remembering to read the gas meter flies right out.

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  10. Ha ha was going to leave a comment along the exact same lines as Alice above, so scratch that! Instead I'll wish you a happy holiday and look forward to seeing the new FO! Kier x

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