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Making a scarf #3

Week 4, The making of a new scarf:

As today was a relatively warm and sunny day, I was inspired by more soft and pale colors for my new creation. 189 more words


Welcome to my Etsy Shop

What do you do on a Thanksgiving morning while waiting for the turkey to roast? In my case, open an Etsy shop.

This was a move I’d been contemplating and researching, but had thought to defer it until early next year when life was a bit slower. 249 more words

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Quick hello

It’s been a little quiet here on the blog. It’s a chilly fall day here in Vermont. The wind is howling and there are some snow flurries blowing about. 83 more words


Scaling up

I’ve been accepted to a show in November, Craft Vermont, and I need to significantly increase my scarf inventory before then. One way to do that is to wind warps for multiple scarves in one run instead of one at a time. 898 more words

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As I work away here in my studio I try to remember to snap pictures of my work as it progresses. I don’t just want to show you finished scarves and socks, I’d like to give you a glimpse behind the scenes to see how it all comes together. 207 more words

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Don't take Sides...

like these. Whilst the scarf may be “handwoven and handcrafted”, once noticed, this stitching makes the scarf less special and not worthy of a premium price tag. 12 more words

Handwoven Scarf

Beginning at the Ends

Fringes can be hemstitched by hand, tightly plain-woven, hand-tied and left loose, or twisted in a multitude of ways and then hand-tied at the ends.




Handwoven Scarf