If the past few months has been a bit of a reading drought, there has also been a flood of crafting. I’ve posted a lot of the beaded items as I finished them but I built up a pile of scarves that I made for Ciarrai Studios without stopping to photograph them or post about there here.
Today, I finally got around to doing a big scarf photo shoot. I didn’t get everything but I got a lot done and I thought I would share them here.
Pink Baby Alpaca Feather and Fan Lace Scarf – Pretty, lacy and classic, this scarf is made of luxuriously soft Baby Alpaca yarn that has to be felt to be believed!
Pink Baby Alpaca Spiral Scarf – Fun and flirty and so ridiculously soft! The lovely pink color of this scarf and the Feather and Fan scarf makes them great scarves for October and Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
Green Cabled Scarf – Warm, Cozy, and Classic, this scarf is made from yarn that is an incredible Merino / Alpaca blend. This means that it is incredibly soft and amazing to the touch! (This is also the scarf that inspired this poem)
Green Uneven Rib Scarf – Thick, warm and comfy, this scarf is made from the same merino / alpaca yarn that I made the Cabled scarf out of. I made this scarf extra long so you can wrap it around several times or wear it in a wide variety of ways.
Bronze Ruffle Scarf – I love the warm, earthy colors of bronze, cream and gold in this trendy ruffle scarf. (It almost reminds me of a big soft pine cones). But the little shots of gold metallic also gives it a bit of festive glitter that makes it perfect for the upcoming holidays. (Wouldn’t it be great for counting down to Midnight on New Years Eve?!)
White and Black Ruffle Scarf – Fun, Flirty and Fabulous, I love the black edging on the white ruffles of this scarf!
Green and Gold Drop Stitch Ribbon Scarf – A beautiful scarf made from ribbon rather than yarn. The stitch that I used shows off the gorgeous greens and gold metallic accents of the ribbon beautifully!