Friday, November 20, 2020

Two Scarves Completed

The lovely warp on my loom has been nice to weave on this past week.  I haven't been doing a lot else except following up on getting household things sorted and dealt with. For example getting the septic tank repaired - that is still on-going.  Also the insurance adjuster should be here Monday. 
Weaving has been a pleasant reprieve from those things. 

I finished one of the scarves last week but just had not bothered to get a photo of it. 

The second scarf came off the loom last night, so it is not truly finished but I can call it a finish.  This one only needs to have a good wash, then I will take it out wet and iron it.  After that it hangs to dry. Ironing while wet helps to marry the woven fabric together a bit better. When I do this, I pull the selvedges straight as I iron.  

Here is the second one.  As they came from the same dyed warp they look similar but have differences. 

Here is a photo that puts then side by side so you can play "find the differences" if you want to. 

Soon, I want to get back to the quilt blocks that keep staring back at me.  I think I have decided to change the layout completely and do this one in sections to make a larger quilt. 
I am thinking it will look something like this:

This will allow me to use some lovely hand dyed fabrics in those alternate squares.   And I have a lot of fabrics that I have dyed and also some that I have from Colorways by Vicki.
I am uncertain about the white background.  That could change as I start working on it. I may use a batik or a black for the background.  I will see what the muse decides. 

Until Next Time,  
Stay Creative 

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A Left-Handed Quilter said...

WOW - I LOVE the way those scarves turned out! They are BEAUTIFUL - and the colors are STUNNING! I like your new layout, too - it certainly will show off your dyed fabrics very well - ;))

Barb said...

Oh my gosh, your scarves are just beautiful. How long does it take to make one?

Pamela Arbour said...

Those are lovely!

Barbara said...

Absolutely gorgeous scarves! Simply beautiful!

Debbie said...

The scarves are amazing and just too beautiful. The colors turned out stunning.
The quilt....oh, wow, set with black and using handdyes would look like stained glass. Looking forward to seeing it!

Frog Quilter said...

Lovely scarves just beautiful. Can’t wait to see the completed quilt top.

Jennifer Gail said...

You're to colorful for white anything. Your scarves are beautiful.

Quilting Gail said...

Your scarves a both beautiful.
And the quilt design is coming together nicely!

Sandra Walker said...

Those are just gorgeous Gene! I know the feeling when you have multiple loves: enjoying the process of one but as it draws to a close, anxious to get onto the other!

Kathleen said...

Those scarves are gorgeous! I love the quilt you have "in the works", too.

Vicki W said...

The scarves are beautiful!

Claudia said...

Love it all!! Are you selling any scarves