Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Handwoven scarves

Hello, friends. Fall is in the air here in Londonderry! It is lovely today -- sunny and cool. It is a picture-perfect New England day all around.

The loom has been wearing scarves lately! I love weaving for the home, but I also enjoy weaving for people. Most of my "wearables" have been made for family and friends, but I have decided to make a few scarves to take to the Windham Craft Fair this coming Saturday.

Here is a turquoise scarf made using an 8 shaft point twill:


and here is her sister scarf in raspberry pink:


I love this 8 shaft twill pattern, and I especially love the silk and merino JaggerSpun yarn that is used in the weft. It is soft and fluffy -- not at all scratchy.

Looking forward to Saturday and my last show of 2012. And then onto the holidays!

Be well,
Kate

2 comments:

Elena Rosenberg Wearable Fiber Art said...

Love them!

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