[B]The ugliest scarf in the world:[/B]
…gets a makeover:[/B]
[B]NOTE:[/B] [COLOR=Red]I hated[/COLOR] [COLOR=Red]the way the colors in this Noro Silk Gargen yarn clumped up back in 2009.[/COLOR]
I only wore the ugly scarf once. Ugh.
Recently however, I had tried something new with another impossible Noro colorway…one that also promised to turn out ugly: [B]instead of casting on just 25-30 stitches, I cast on 216 stitches! [/B] And worked garter stitch until the two skeins were exhausted. It made the perfect scarf.
So as I frogged this blue-green-teal-black ugly scarf, I cast on [B]225 stitches with a US10 [/B]needle…and worked garter stitch until the 2.3 skeins were gone. I reserved some turquoise for the fringe.
While this scarf isn’t the most beautiful specimen, it’s at least wearable without getting sick. I do actually like it! :happydance: With fringe, it’s 86" long. It’s 4.5" wide. It has been soaked and blocked.
Here is the other Noro scarf, also worked widewise (a few months ago) using 2 skeins of Noro Kureyon: