As the AntiToast points out, results are only valid if an experiment can be repeated. Here's the scoop.
A couple of months ago, I was test-driving BlackTabi's scarf. When collecting PeachPit at school, her classmate Kiwi expressed deep admiration for the scarf. Small boys with a passion for color should have a hand knit scarf, don't you think?
My first attempt was a striped scarf with Noro odds and ends, but the colors just weren't jiving. Sideways seed stitch scarf, perhaps? After trying experiment on myself, I concluded that the texture would suit Kiwi. Would braided fringe at the end would be masculine enough? For a boy who wears his hair in corn rows and braids, the fringe should be fine.
Kiwi really loves his scarf, and it has a little room for growing.
- 96 grams of Noro Kureyon
- US5 Addi Turbos (47 inch)
- each strand 15 wraps around a CD case, sided to side
- 187 stitches
- 15 rows
- fringe at 5 and 6 inches long