This is the second time I've made this asymmetric bias scarf-ette. The first one was given away, and I had a day when I realized I intensely wanted one of my own. (I had an outfit on that it would look great with; of course, now I can't remember what the outfit was! But it will come back to me.)
The original was in a linen/cotton blend, which isn't really my cup of tea. It is a perfectly good blend, but I love my wools and silks.
Imagine my delight then, when I found the same colours (or close enough) in a wool/silk blend at Red Purl. I pounced!
I gave the scarf a light blocking:
Last time I modeled other ways you can wear this little scarf, but today I'll just give you the two basics, long:
|If you can fix red eye with the click of a|
button, where's the "shut eye" button??
Oh here...I found a picture so you can sort of see what I mean:
|We're up in the Calgary Tower, standing on|
the "glass" floor. It's unnerving, but fun!
For comparison, here is a shot of the first scarf in linen and cotton:
And now, are we done with the vacation shots and finished projects? I think we are. :( sad faces all around