Sunday, October 04, 2009

Baktus Scarf


Hello! I'm back! I didn't knit a single stitch the whole summer, which partly explains why I abandoned this blog. But now that the cool weather is here (I've put our early-winter quilt on the bed), my needles are clicking and I have a project.
I've done some secret present knitting that I can't tell you about yet. This Baktus scarf is for me, though. I'm using some Noro Kureyon Sock yarn, as I've decided that I'm probably never going to knit a pair of socks out of it. And a good decision, that--this stuff is so thin in some places, it's like wire. And tons of knots. Who wants socks made out of knot-filled wire?
But this scarf is pretty cool. Light-weight, garter stitch, triangle. I've used 17g of the 100g ball, so I'm thinking it's going to be pretty long.
Here are the instructions.

4 comments:

ccr in MA said...

Oh, it looks great!

Welcome back to the land of knitting. You've been missed!

Hunny Bunny said...

I love the colors of your Baktus. It's such a great project, can't wait to see your finished project.

Traci said...

Yea! I have missed your blog!

Traci said...

Yea! I have missed your blog!