Monday, February 23, 2015

Shimmery Silk Scarflette- Part 3 of 3

The finished scarf (wool side)...


                                                 ...with machine embellished...


                                                         ...silk additions...


                                                     ...in vibrant colourways!






                                 A single buttonhole is cut and edged with stitching...


                             ...and an iridescent button is added at the opposite end.


                                             The dyed silk hankies are visible...


                                        ...as web-like lines on the project surface.


                                                Due to its reversible nature...


                                                 ...the scarflette can be worn...


                                                 ...with either the wool side...


                                                       ...or the fabric side...


                                                             ...outermost.


5 comments:

Sandra Knapp said...

Lovely, and extremely soft, I'm sure.

Rachel said...

Good to see how the scarflette turns out when it is worn - I was struggling to visualise it, and it looks great!

Heather Woollove said...

Sandie--Yes...very!
Rachel--Glad the photos helped!

Deborah Walker said...

I really like the soft but bright colours, and the way you've laid it out, so that when it's folded back and worn it looks great!

Heather Woollove said...

Thanks, Deborah!! I like that these scarflettes can be worn in different ways for different 'looks'! :)