Fisherman’s Scarf

by Craig on February 10, 2012

Karuta, Noro’s new yarn, arrived last week. It’s a chunky blend of silk, cotton, and wool that’s perfect for mild winters like the one we’re having. Karuta is colorful, as you’d expect from a Noro yarn, but the colors are much more mono- or duo-chromatic with each colorway having multiple shades of one or two colors.

Fisherman's Scarf in Noro Karuta Yarn

Fisherman's Scarf in Karuta yarn's yellow/gold colorway.

Laura was immediately attracted to Karuta’s yellow/gold colorway and took home 3 balls. The next day she returned with over a foot of her new scarf knit. A few days later, she was wearing her new scarf (which I hastily took from her to photograph!).

The fisherman’s rib stitch that Laura used for her scarf creates volume. Combined with chunky Karuta, it makes an absolutely squeezable scarf. Here’s how to knit one for yourself.

FISHERMAN’S SCARF

SIZE
One size, 8 x 85 inches.

MATERIALS
3 balls of Noro Karuta yarn.
Size #10 needles.

GAUGE
3.5 stitches to the inch in St st

NOTE
All knit stitches are made through the stitch below the one on the needle as follows.

1. Insert your right needle into the stitch below the next one on the left needle.
2. Wrap the yarn around the right needle and draw through like you normally would,
3. Take the stitch off the left needle with the new stitch on your right needle.

It will look like you’re going to drop the stitch coming off the left needle, but if done correctly, it’ll be caught by the new stitch.

PATTERN
CO 26 sts.

Row 1 Purl.

Row 2 *P1, knit next st in the row below; rep from * to last 2 sts, p2.

Repeat Row 2 to 85 inches or desired length. BO loosely and weave in ends.

Enjoy!

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