Scarf of the Week: Blue and Green Striped
This week’s scarf is this lovely striped scarf with blue, green, white and grey. I used textured yarns for this scarf so it has a wonderful and a little fuzz to it. The scarf itself is not overly thick but it is warm enough for winter days. Approx. 60″ x 6.5″. $36 plus S/H. Visit my Etsy shop or contact me to order. You can find all my winter scarves here.
Scarf of the Week: Log Cabin Scarf
This week’s scarf is this extra long and wide navy and blue scarf. I did this one in a log cabin pattern which consists of blocks of short horizontal and vertical stripes. The scarf itself is not overly thick but it is long and wide so it wraps really well. Approx. 76″ x 9″. $48 plus S/H. Visit my Etsy shop or contact me to order. You can find all my winter scarves here.
Scarf of the Week: Yellow Chenille
My scarf of the week this week is this super soft and long yellow chenille. The main color is a golden yellow though there is a good amount of brown mixed in. The tassles are bright yellow. At 75″ this is one of my longest scarves. You can find all my winter scarves here. Contact me or visit my Etsy shop to order.
Extra Thick Handwoven Scarf for Him
Just in time for the blizzard! This handwoven scarf is extra thick and warm. At 70″ long and 9″ wide it is one of my heaviest duty scarves. The colors are muted — all shades of brown but with a lovely alternating stripe pattern so it’s not too boring 😉 This would make a good man’s scarf but could be worn by a woman as well. Chenille weft and mercerized cotton warp. $25 plus S/H. Contact me to purchase or visit my Etsy shop.
Caring for your handwoven:
Handwash warm with mild detergent. Air dry flat. Do not bleach. Do not iron.