November can be gray and drab, so I wanted to add a pop of color. I combined a black cashmere-blend yarn with pink boucle to add a little brightness and softness to an otherwise dreary month:
For August (a little out of order I know!), I wanted to capture the last days of summer in an item that carries into fall. This is a really light lattice work scarf with a flower applique:
Since September is back to school month, I decided to work with bright colors. I came up with this swirl-square scarf:
It’s been a while since I posted my projects, but I HAVE been keeping up to date. Here is my April project: a boa made from a skein of sequined yarn.
I’m a little behind in posting this, but here is my March 2014 scrap yarn scarf. I used 4 balls of solid colored yarn (worsted weight) plus 1 ball of variegated yarn that matched the solid colors. That was a lucky scrap find! I made 11 squares using the solid colors, sewed them together,…… Continue reading Craftolution Creation: Log Cabin Variation Scarf
When I put the colors together, they reminded me of the ocean at sunset: blues, greens, purples. It just seemed right to use a chevron pattern. February’s scarp yarn project:
Listening to the weather forecast for the Northeast over these past few days just makes me ache. The thought of cold and the thought of having to shove the continuous mountains of snow that insist on dropping from the sky…brrrr! I made these scarves with my former-life in the NE in mind. They are…… Continue reading Baby, It’s Cold Outside…
First creation in my Craftolution Project! I call this the Picket-Fences Scarf because it reminds me of the old picket fence we used to have around our yard in Massachusetts. It is made with worsted weight yarn.