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The finished lace number.

It all started with Fibre Flurry show 2010 where I came across the gorgeous stall that is Posh Yarns

I was drawn to the gorgeous individual dyed  Diana 2ply, lace weight yarn, 80% merino / 20% silk. Each skein is 875 yards (800m) per 100g. The colours are so beautiful reminding me of autumn.  It was put in the "stash" for a while until I found the "ideal" project to use it for.  I then decided to blend it with Rowan Kidsilk-Haze as I had the Marmalade colour shade in my stash and hay presto the idea was born.

So then all I had to do was design and make a lace scarf!!

Here is the finished project....









This final picture was taken against a backdrop of one of my own photographs 


I hope you like the scarf as much as I love it and feel I shall have many years of great pride wearing it.

Comments

  1. looks amazing great colour pallet detail - and a great way to display it!

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  2. The scarf looks fabulous Sara, well done! In the nicest possible way I hope you don't need to wear it for a while yet.
    Love
    Tickety-boo
    xx

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  3. Gorgeous hunny! Thanks for sharing it x x x

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