It’s hard to believe I cranked out a whole entire six-foot-long scarf before I even had a chance to mention it on the blog. But it’s true.
This one was by request, with the specification that it include “lots of colors.” Noro is your best bet for that kind of thing (kind of your only bet, really). Thus, I picked out four skeins of Noro Kureyon in four different colorways, and went to work.
Noro Kureyon undergoes a substantial change in texture after its first washing. From “twine” to “wooly.” Luckily, my assistant was on hand to help with the drying stage after I blocked it.
SO MUCH CLASHING.