Thursday, May 30, 2013

SCA Handwoven White Scarves: Finished Project!


They're done! The five hand woven SCA style white scarves are off the loom. I took a bit of extra attention to detail, and hand stitched the rolled hem with the same thread I used to weave the fabric. That makes the stitching just about invisible.

And here are the results. I'm really pleased with the way these turned out. The color and feel is crisp and clean. Since they are 100% cotton, they'll stand up to the wear and tear of the rapier fighting field, and still be machine washable. Also, I got quicker at weaving these than the last batch I did, so I was able to lower the price on them when I listed them in the Etsy shop. One of the longer ones is already sold, and left today for its trip to its new home in Pennsylvania. I'm so tickled! Here they are:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/152468130/hand-woven-sca-white-scarf


Sold!

https://www.etsy.com/listing/152473962/hand-woven-sca-white-scarf-long

https://www.etsy.com/listing/152558166/hand-woven-sca-white-scarf-long



https://www.etsy.com/listing/152562758/hand-woven-sca-white-scarf

I also re-listed the two left over from my previous batch of scarves, so there is a nice half dozen to choose from in the shop right now. Though, I have two folks making noises about needing to acquire them, so they may not last too long.

Now, on to the next weaving project: warp painted ruanas in brown, rust, and cream. Ready? Go!

4 comments:

  1. These are beautiful--so clean and crisp looking!

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  2. Beautiful!!! Sounds like you are thinking ahead to Fall with your next project.

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