Sorry, I scheduled this post and forgot to upload the pictures till later.
This scarf really is called the "Jared Flood Noro Scarf". However, it looks like a kaleidoscope to me.
I started knitting this scarf because it really is "mindless knitting". I liked it but was not excited about it till today. While gassing up I realized that it really was quite chilly and reached for this scarf on the seat of my car. I wrapped it around my neck and loved all the colors weaving around each other.
Though a little pricey to knit, approximately ....well, let's not go there, the pattern calls for four skeins of Noro yarn. No two scarf will be the same and it is a surprise how the colors flow unless you deliberately break the yarn and select another color in the skein.
My scarves are usually 60" long. I kept knitting till all four skeins were knitted up. It is approximately 84" long....almost long enough to be a body wrap.
I love the fact that this scarf is reversible and the edging is "clean". I may have to knit another with a selection of different colorways.
These socks were started about four years ago. I wasn't particularly excited by the yarn from knitpicks.com. I then misplaced the project and looked high and low for it. I found it the other day hiding in my stash. I had not dug down deep enough...lol.