Companion Scarves

I wove these two companion scarves back in February, and I am finally posting the pictures now.  They are both woven of Zephyr 50% Merino wool, 50% silk, and finish with a love soft hand and lustre.

The first, for my Daughter-in-Law-to-be, Fadia, is a mixed twill scarf, called Hydrangea Bouquet, taken from the pages of Next Steps in Weaving.

   

The second, a primary plaid, using the same colours that are in Fadia’s scarf.  This one is woven in straight twill for my son Mike.

Easy, gentle, weaving, made with love and joy for special people.

 

 

About spinweaverbarbara

I have been steadily weaving since 1980. I enjoy sharing and passing on my learning.
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3 Responses to Companion Scarves

  1. ANNE VULLIAMY says:

    I love this idea! And the scarves!
    Anne

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  2. Vicki says:

    Both beautiful, amazing how they can look so different.
    Great work Barb, I am sure they will love them.

  3. Lynne Russell says:

    Beautiful scarves woven with ❤️

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