In January I asked you to speak to me of scarves. I wanted your opinions on fabric, size and designs. (You can see that post and read the comments here.)
I showed three designs and the winner was this one:
I started with a shape like this –
and put it together to make this –
Kept going, filled in the holes, and then experimented with different borders –
and ended up with this.
I ordered samples of different fabrics and chose 70% cotton and 30% silk because that fabric had the most saturation. The scarf looked good on both sides.
Now you can wear it and walk out under the October moon.
I also produced a scarf that wasn’t part of the survey: Acrobaticats.
It is 70% cotton and 30% silk, 34″ square, also $52..
These cats can go anywhere.