Monday, 16 September 2019

Scarves galore!

I have often found or been given odd balls of yarn, and it can be difficult to know just what to do with them. Many times I have used these odd balls of yarn to whip up a scarf, and I thought I would show you a few of those I have done recently. 

There are SO many scarf patterns available, and I have even tried inventing a few of my own over the years, so there is a good variety here.

Different types of yarn lends itself to different scarf patterns...

The first is a cosy warm cotton/acrylic - it can be thoroughly frustrating trying to get the photograph to reflect the true colours, but this is a light blue mixed with white and a glittery fleck.

Next I found some bright warm chunky acrylic, and simultaneously found an amazing pattern which was SO quick!

A yarn I was gifted was an interesting mix of cotton, wool and silk! I found the colours to be rather fascinating! The lacey pattern suited this yarn perfectly.

1 comment:

  1. Very interesting diversity of scarves! The twins oohed and aahed over them! �� Great work!


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