Friday, February 19, 2010

Keyhole Scarf Completed

Well, this was a fast, fun project. And, as I mentioned earlier, it made great use of fibers left from previous projects. So, here are the steps to produce this:





Here is the finished strip. It measures approximately 4" X 90".


The kids obviously approve it.










Here I folded it in half lengthwise and marked where I wanted the keyhole.






And here it is sewn, washed and blocked.



Isn't it rich? I luv the way the textures worked together to produce a deep, eclectic look. However, next time I would make it slightly narrower and a little bit longer.

Up next: I am designing a Woven Ruffled Felted Scarf using the same technique. Stay tuned.

2 comments:

morgaine24 said...

that is too cute. love it. I like the cats modeling it as well. the texures look awesome.

knittercritter said...

Thank you, thank you very much (said in an Elvis voice). And it only took 2 days from warping thru finishing and blocking. Pretty cool.