Sunday, January 23, 2011

Wicker Circle Scarf

Between larger sweater projects, I have to make quick things so that I won't be too bored.  I am flighty. I am impatient.  I have issues finishing things.  That's how I roll.  And so, the Wicker Circle Scarf is born.


16" US NO 10 Circular Needle
2 Skeins Noro Kureyon
Stitch Marker (I just used a scrap piece of yarn in a different color)

I  purchased this yarn without a project in mind.  Noro is beautiful, and if you haven't tried it, I definitely suggest giving it a whirl.  Since the yarn is the star here, I wanted a stitch pattern that would be simple yet interesting. 


Loosely CO 90 sts and join to work in the round (without twisting stitches). 
R1- Knit all stitches
R2- *YO, k2tog.  Repeat from * around. 
Repeat R1 and R2 until scarf is as long as you like. 
Bind off loosely, weave in ends. 

I used the entire 2 skeins of yarn for this scarf, and I think it's just the right size. 


  1. I'll give this a try! I, too am flighty and impatient!

  2. I'm so glad you posted about your project "flightiness!" I am the exact same way; I've got a sweater going, but I had to knit a hat for the past two days just to finish something and to combat boredom. thanks so much for sharing this (quick) awesome pattern!

  3. i love his perfect for texas winters