The Finished Hat and Some Scarves.
I finished the Hat I was teasing you with last week. Now you know what I did with the spike.
I also finished this scarf. It has a antique colour wool base and then a thin layer of mixed brown on top and then some brass/coppery silk hankies stretched over it all.
I was thinking it might appeal to men as well as women.
I’ve started 2 more scarves. You will get to see them next time. I may get one more done but then it’s time to start ironing and tagging everything for the coming weekend. the show info is here http://mvtm.ca/fibrefest-2016/ It is always a bigger job than I think it will be.
14 thoughts on “The Finished Hat and Some Scarves.”
Love the hat! Where is the show this weekend. What are you asking for the hat $$ ?
Jackie Sent from my iPhone
Thank you Jackie, the Show is in Almont, Ontario. http://mvtm.ca/fibrefest-2016/ It will be $89.00 I think.
The finished hat is great! Good luck at the show. I’m sure all those lovely items will sell quick.
Thank you Marilyn. I hope so too.
Love the hat and the way you’ve used the spike! Lovely finishing touch.
Yes, the beautiful antique-coloured scarf is unisex.
Thank you Lyn. I need to do more that may appeal to men.
Well I didn’t see that coming! Great use of the “tail” and loving the scarves.
Thanks Karen, I am glad I surprised you.
The hat is gorgeous Ann! I also love the color of the antique scarf, one of my favorite color ways.
Thank you Ruth, that Antique colour has been popular in hats as well. It goes well with many things. It is very close to the Aztec gold dye.
Love the hat Ann, the “tail” compliments the folds beautifully!
Thanks Terry, Looking a the concertina hats reminded me that I hadn’t made one like this in a long time.
I didn’t expect that from the ‘tail’, Ann! The hat is brilliant 🙂 I like the ‘antique’ scarf, it actually reminds me of some old leather book covers. I’m looking forward to seeing the others when they’re finished.
Thanks Zed. It does have that great old leather look, I hadn’t thought of that. Now all I have to do is remember to take pictures of them before I pack them up.