Ideas come often at the least expected moment. While reorganizing the top shelf of one of the cabinets in my studio, I bumped into a box of chiffon scraps left over from my scarf sewing marathon last year. And I found the perfect match to a couple of them almost immediately. I whipped 2 scarves and a wrap in two sittings: Tuesday night and Saturday morning. Here is the first one I finished.
Pink and cream tiny floral stripes, married with a light grey and shabby pink turned into a very feminine kimono scarf.
I took advantage of the fantastic fall weather for some outdoor photos. Probably one of the last chances I get to do this before it gets too cold.
It will go to Cheryl, one of my fantastic readers and a quilter, who send me a "Very Hungry Caterpillar" quilting panel she wasn't using so I could make a second quilt with it - Thank you Cheryl!!
i love a littleReplyDelete
well done and
thanks for sharing at fridays unfolded!
Beautiful ! I think some of the best ideas are the ones we least plan and expect.ReplyDelete
So pretty and it looks very luxurious!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous scarf! Lovely fabrics and colours you matched up!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a great week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
what a pretty scarf! thanks for sharing. have a lovely sunday!ReplyDelete