I finished on Friday night.
Then, yesterday, I discovered that my favorite of the three scarfs has the wrong complimentary color.
So if you know anyone who would like a handwoven scarf made with a superwash wool, here’s your big chance.
It’s roughly 64” long and 8.5” wide, excluding fringe
Speaking of which, it’s a twisted fringe.
A plain tabby weave in a simple plaid pattern. Very subtle, and I think it would easily be man-approved. It was the second scarf of the trio that I had on the loom for this project and was my favorite the minute I took it off of the loom. And then it softened up even more with wet-finishing. It’s very soft and lightweight. And yours for $50!
Honestly, I’d keep it but I have a gazillion scarfs around this house and nobody on my gift list that “fits” for this particular scarf. I’d like to recoup the cost of the yarns with a little extra thrown in for my time. New scarf goes on the loom pronto. Once I figure out where the loom can be used in the living room with the Christmas tree already in place.
The "flecks" in the above picture are itty bitty snowflakes, not dirt or imperfections on the scarf.
Navy/Green Scarf (For Sale)
Yarn: Cascade 220 Superwash Sport
Colors: Navy and Hunter Green
Quantity: 3 skeins Navy, 1 skein Hunter Green
Width on Loom: 10”
Finished Size: 64x8.5" excluding fringe
Pattern: Plain tabby/evenweave
Started: 1 December 2010
Finished: 2 December 2010
FOR SALE: $50