Look what slithered out of the undergrowth and turned itself into a an infinity ssskaarf when I was stashbustin’ yesterday.


Just in time for Jungle Jan’s last call. (such a cute feline! I get to use her again)


On a roll, I made these too –


One in patterned silk left overs from the cowl blouse made last year, and two from silk chiffon bought in a moment of self delusion . The second one was tied round and dyed after stitching.

And another furry hat made.


And I cut out this in navy needlecord


And this in a sort of coral crossed with old rose coloured something or the other which looks and feels like silk but can’t possibly be at the price paid.

8417Surprising how much quicker sewing is when you make room to swing a cat.


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5 Responses to Ssskaarves

  1. Ssssplendid output! Love the hat and scarves and I am looking forward to seeing the dresses made up.


  2. Stef says:

    V8408 is going to look so amazing! Lovely pattern and I approve of the fabric.
    I recently added some shelving to my sewing room, meaning it’s a lot easier to keep it tidy, and it’s amazing the difference that makes to every step of the process, from starting a project to clearing at the end to get ready for my next one, or just use the table of an evening.


  3. sew2pro says:

    Ooh, where to go for navy needlecord? Any tips?

    The scarves look nice by the way. I need one for the in-between weather we’re having right now!


  4. Pella says:

    Marianna, the needlecord came out of stash, sorry that’s no help.


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