Everywhere I look I am seeing scarves. It seems that the season doesn’t really
matter. Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall…they are in fashion. However, right now for me-scarves are not
only about fashion they are about function.
It is cold. Taking some of my favorite ribbons I incorporated them into
cozy comfy scarves.
Seed Stitch Scarf with Twisted Rope Fringe
Size 10 knitting needles
May Arts Twisted rope
scarf with seed stitch.
(Cast on 9 stitches-alternate
k,p,k,p to end of row)
until you reach desired length, bind off.
(Loop rope and pull through the
edge of your scarf. Widen the loop so
that you can pull the bottom of the rope through. Trim and knot rope at desired
length. Continue on both short edges of
scarf until you have the desired amount of fringe.
on buttons above fringe.
Flannel Scarf with Four Ribbons
For this project I adapted a pattern from Fall 2009 Quilts
and More magazine. In place of fabric I used four different ribbons.
May Arts ribbons used:
WR10 black velvet/ric rac, BS gray/red
solid/iridescent in 2 sizes and BW red loose braid/wired.
Blog Posted By: Leah Farrar-White
Be sure to check out our next Ribbon Challenge: A Christmas Project!