Sent this really soft scarf with organic edges and dreadlocks off to a secret swap partner this week, felted from 16 micron merino and using the storm clouds overhead as my inspiration. Unless you live in Ireland it’s quite impossible to describe how an otherwise sunny and warm day can have this stormy looking sky too!!! Speaking of swaps, many apologies for being so behind with the Clasheen Crafty Swap on Flickr, hope to pick up the reins on Monday but been just so tied up with computer and the book, sorry.
A secret swap partner! What a good idea
Unfortunately Ellen, the logistics of the partners being secret and allocated through Elfster (don’t ask) has proved to be fraught with danger!!!
🙂 You’re right about the stormy sky above Ireland and your scarf reflects it perfectly. Love it! Have you made the fringe the same way as the one on your grey bag or are my eyes deceiving me? I have to check out your swap group. I love swaps and since there’s an art yarn talking to me while I sleep … maybe I could make some for the swap. I mean every felt maker loves some good art yarn, right?
Good morning Nicola,
Love the scarf…Love the sky….Both beautiful. Hope someday to see “your sky” in person. ‘Til then, can’t wait to see you here.
It’s actually been good that the Flickr swap has been delayed…At least for me…I’ve been so behind. Thanks for the extra time;-)
This is gorgeous!
We don’t mind you not posting so much. WE WANT THE BOOK!!!!!! Can’t wait to see it and get my own copy or two. Hugs. Jan
I love the look of those stormy skies from the comfort of my computer space. The scarf matches the mood of the sky….how clever of you ! I am really looking forward to your book I do hope we can get copies here in Canada !!
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