Noro Windowpane Scarf
The perfect spring or fall scarf to keep the chill off your neck without being bulky. I really enjoy making this scarf, and I have to say I love the finished result each time. It is a really easy pattern once you get going, and I love to watch the colors shift. It is lovely in slow striping variegated yarns and semi-solids alike, and it is easy to adapt to different yarn weights by using the appropriate hook.
Finished (but unblocked) dimensions: 67” long x 5-1/4” wide. I got 24 stitches = 4” and about 5.5 pattern repeats per 4”. Took me about 5-6 mins per pattern repeat.
This stitch pattern develops a slant toward one side, so a light blocking is definitely recommended.
Instructions included for making a wider or narrower scarf, or even a wide wrap.
Thanks to all the fellow ravelers who have posted such great photos of their work - everyone’s finished product is so beautiful, and I’m loving all the yarn selections!