Forest Neck Scarves and Weaving

What is New off the Loom?

Green Forest Folk Neck Scarf

I have four different weavings newly off the loom. Each used the same handspun and hand dyed art yarn for the warp yarn.  Each is unique because the weft yarn used was different.

White Forest Neck Scarf

Three neck scarves and a small wall hanging. All wove on my Ashford rigid heddle loom using a 2.5 dpi.  To a non weaver, that is just fiber speak for a Heddle with really big holes and slots for my chunky bumpy yarn to fit through.

What is a neck scarf? Well…exactly what it sounds like.  A scarf worn at the neck but without those long bulky tails. No worrying what to do with all that bulk when all you want is your neck warm.  I wear mine a lot, more than a traditional scarf these days since testing mine out for the last year.

Moss People Neck Scarf

All three are listed in the shop and are similar in size but one is a bit bigger than the others.  That gives it more room to drape down on your shoulders if you like.  All three I can pop over my big head while they are buttoned up for an easy on and off movement.

The one small wall hanging weaving I just finished. I attached a contorted mulberry branch for the top.  It’s widest point, which is the stick at the top, is 13 inches.  The longest point from the stick at the top to bottom of the fringe is 17 inches.

All three neck scarves are in the WEARABLES section of the store.

Green Forest Folk Neck Scarf

Moss People Neck Scarf

White Forest Neck Scarf

And this is what the wee wall hanging looks like.  Enjoy. You can get it here.

Forest Wall Hanging

It has been a while since I have done any weaving. It was rather enjoyable and super fun using chunky art yarn for warp.

What are your thoughts?

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