Wool scarves inspired by a beautiful novelty yarn

Why did I wait so long to go to Baddeck Yarn shop? It has a wonderful collection of beautiful yarns, many suitable for weaving. What a treat to handle skeins of all sorts. I picked up a skein of multiple yarns that had been homespun and dip-dyed. It was not the cheapest yarn so I thought about how I could incorporate it into a new set of scarves. This resulted in five bright wool scarves most with the novelty yarn included and some using a hand-dyed silk yarn I had on hand.

P1010538

P1010539

Last 2 drying on line

Last 2 drying on line

 

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About foreshadowandlight

I am a weaver and artist working out of Meadowbrook Weaving and Art Studio in Cape Breton. I also work part of the year from Toronto, Ontario CONTACT: jane.alderdice@hotmail.com
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2 Responses to Wool scarves inspired by a beautiful novelty yarn

  1. these are so beautiful jane….and they look like they are very soft!

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