Noro garter stitch scarf, horizontally knit. I didn’t like how the colorway played out when I just cast on about 20st. You might know how crazy Noro yarn can become when let on the loose! So I cast on 208 st and knit til I ran out of yarn.
I wrote out full notes for several types of interesting garter stitch scarves over in my Ravelry projects folder, free for anyone to read and/or copy. The point of these garter stitch scarves using various types of yarn, different needle sizes, etc. was to illustrate the pretty scarves you can get with just the knit stitch aka ‘garter stitch’ for a Knitting 101 class I teach to newbies.
I knit this particular scarf using two skeins of Noro Kureyon. I softened it a lot using the two-step full soak blocking process.