To make your own all you need is 1 metre of dyed muslin and a standard sewing kit.
I picked up this muslin at my favourite discount fabric store in Edmonton, Alberta last spring. I've never seen coloured muslin before. They had all sorts of pretty pastel colours. It was hard to pick just one but in the end I went with the pretty pink.
|This is the loosest weave muslin,|
almost a cheesecloth but not quite.
This is a great project to put your french seam skills to use. That way your seam is enclosed so that it won't fray, but also people won't focus on the finished seam edge, just a pretty halo of pink around your pretty face~
I know light pink might seem more like a springtime colour, but when you pair it with a deep aubergine, olive green, or dark grey, it's gorgeous for fall.
|Don't you hate it when all of a sudden,|
out of nowhere,
you need a haircut~
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I love how frothy it looks, some scarves are just so heavy but this one has such a light look to it! I'd love it if you would share it at the Pinworthy Project Party going on now at Planned in Pencil!!!
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I just love it !!! The color of your scarf makes your face blooming ! Easy project and I will give it a try ! Thanks :-)
Hi Tamara! This is Victoria, from Valencia (Spain). Yeees, it's very difficult sometimes to blog while working or having a busy week and when it's time to post you ask yourself: what? is that (day of the week you post) day? where has all week gone? jajaja, doesn't it sound familiar to you? for me it's the same, busy busy but there we are in blog world. Lovely scarf, I love scarves in autumm and Winter. Ah and if you want to have a look at my blog it is: http://kyvic100porcien.blogspot.com.es/. Thank youu, love!
Very pretty, Tamara! I like the color you chose very much. It's perfect for you!
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