Monday, June 24, 2013

Shabby Chic scarves - Group shot

I have been busy snipping and stitching new mixed fiber scarves again... just can't seem to get enough of these! I'm trying to build up my inventory for our annual Open Studios Tour at the end of August. I have posted a couple of pix recently, but thought I would take a group shot of what I have done so far:
As you can see, they come in many sizes and colors.

I'm working on number 7 as we speak, and have loads of fabrics and yarns waiting in the wings... or all over the floor to be more exact!
Below is the scarf I'm currently working on... snippets of fabrics, yarns and ribbons sandwiched between layers of Sulky solvy, a water soluble stabilizer.

Once again, I must give credit for this wonderful technique to my blogging and FB friend, Sherrie at "Sherrie Loves Color!"  If you go to her blog and do a search on scarves, you will find many of her posts about her technique, and fabulous examples to inspire you!  Thanks again, Sherrie...

5 comments:

Connie Rose said...

What a cool idea! These are really wonderful!

Lynda said...

Judy, I bought that stuff probably a year ago to make scarves but never got around to it. Love yours!

Sherrie Spangler said...

You've really taken off running with this! Thanks for the link to my blog. I'm planning to make a few this week to sell at a garden tour in the Breast Cancer booth.

Beth said...

Outstanding and they are chic

Carol said...

What a cool way to create the scarves. Your inventory is beautiful!