One Scarf…..Several Possibilities

With the temperature dropping dramatically over the past week it’s no surprise that my last make of 2020 and my first of 2021 have been scarves. The beauty of both of these is that they are reversible so you have one scarf…..several possibilities.

2020’s last project was a fringed, reversible cobweb scarf made from a fabulous Superfine Merino blend called Champs Elyse from the Italian company DHG. The reverse side is a patchwork of hand dyed Margilan silk. I particularly love this and have been living in it for the past week as its incredibly soft and lightweight and goes with almost everything I wear.

I’ve recently made several single sided ruffle scarves but my first scarf of this year is a reversible ruffle.

As with so many of my projects, the colour scheme for my new year scarf changed and developed as I worked. Originally it was going to be a combination of colours inspired by the Champs Elyse.

Having laid out the central fibres in blue and green I ditched the multicoloured idea and I’m so pleased I did as I prefer the simplicity of this final scheme with this particular shape. It’s difficult to get a true representation of the colours in a photo but on the blue side I’ve overlaid with a very deep purple Viscose. This has created an extra depth of colour that I’m really pleased with. Apologies for the mismatched brooches…..I grabbed what I had for the sake of getting photos and posting this evening! I will be making a couple this week which will be more appropriate for the ruffle scarf.

13 thoughts on “One Scarf…..Several Possibilities

  1. The colours of your reversible ruffle scarf are evoking thoughts of spring so perfect for giving a cheery lift.

    The waves on your ruffle are so evenly rhythmical….it is as if it has been ‘stamped’ out. Which all indicates the evenness of your laying out….so kudos to you.

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    • Thanks Lyn. I love a fringe on a scarf so always think it’s worth a little bit of extra time and effort. I was really pleased with the ruffles, it’s the “ruffliest” scarf I’ve made so far!

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