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Shibori Romance scarf


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Shibori Romance Scarf By: Knitting on the Fringe This gorgeous shibori scarf is knit with 4 skeins of Alchemy Yarns of Transformation Silken Straw and a feltable worsted weight yarn. The scarf is knit then felted. The effect is stunning- slightly ruched , lace paneled center with lightly ruffled edges- gorgeous! Materials Yarn A- 2 skeins of Alchemy Yarns Silken Straw (We used Color 12w- Ocean Floor), Yarn B-2 skeins of Alchemy Yarns Silken Straw (We used Color09m- Pewter), Yarn C- 100 yards feltable worsted weight yarn (We used Misty Alpaca Tonas Worsted Color 23) Size 5 Needles- Double pointed and 32" circular or longer Gauge: 6 rows per inch for I-cord- otherwise gauge not important. Finished Size- Approx. 14" wide, 80" long (size will depend upon how long it is felted) Shibori knitting is used by knitters to add shape, texture and dimension to felted objects by including non-felting fibers or inserting objects onto the fabric before felting so that parts of the piece felt and other parts don't- in this case the feltable yarn felts and the silk does not. GAUGE 6 rows per inch SUGGESTED YARN 1000 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Alchemy Silken Straw COLORWAY Greys

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Knitting on the Fringe
Knitting on the Fringe
I am a knitwear designer and knit shop owner. I own Knitting on the Fringe in Commerce Township, Michigan. I practiced law for many years but traded in my pen for knitting needles a few years ago. I find the fiber arts world far more exciting and enjoy a life surrounded by other fiber people. Our store is full of magnificent fibers, notions, books and exclusive designs. We weave, spin, dye, felt, knit, crochet and have fun all day long! Please stop in if you are in the area.