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Scarves

  • Shibori, the ancient Japanese technique of fabric folding and dyeing has been brought right up to date. Traditionally indigo was used to create patterning. However, using modern dyes, discharge agents and fabrics you can easily develop complex patterns. Tying and clamping, dyeing and discharging, re-dyeing and heat setting the fabric creates a new

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  • Karen Malledent sent us this great photo. 'Thought you might like a photo of my daughter wearing one of my creations using your merino and blue faced Leicester (the one I dyed yellow using your acid dyes). I call this the 'Pineapple Hat'!' Karen has hand spun dye wool tops, and hand dyed and spun Blue Faced Leicester to create this hat which is con

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  • This Mohair Loop Yarn just has to be seen and felt! It is luxuriously soft and knits into a sumptuous scarf - ideal for Christmas presents. The scarf was knitted by Allison Holland using the basic knit stitch on size 10mm Surina wooden needles. She cast on 12 stitches and used one 100gm hank. Don't worry if you can't knit very well (Allison is a co

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  • This colourful, tactile scarf has been crafted by Susan Litton. She first spun a small amount of each of the Fibrecrafts silk fibres and then microwave dyed the yarn samples with Acid dye. She knitted the yarn into a long, narrow scarf. Then attached tassels across both ends and at intervals along each side for about 30cm. The photographs do not do

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  • This balanced double weave scarf (pictured right) set at 20 epi uses a design from Handwoven magazine. It includes a Celtic Knot in the design with a final size of 25cm x 150cm (10" x 60"). The back face is light grey and the image is brought through the weave structure. The yarn is Jagger spun 2/18 wool/silk, giving 10,000m/kg (5,000yd/lb). The sc

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  • This hand painted silk bag and scarf were made by Liz Cunningham. These items are part of her bespoke range of hand made silk products. The bag (below-left) makes a feature of the silver gutta outliner, as Liz has used it for detailing the front and back. The hand finished scarf, (below-right) is just one of her items available in a range of colour

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  • These colourful silk scarves were painted by Katherine Barney with H Dupont Classique Silk Dyes. The top scarf was featured on the cover of the 2006 catalogue. The 2006 Fibrecrafts Catalogue Cover image

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  • Hand-dyed, Silk Boucle Scarf Jo's hand-dyed Italian Silk Boucle knitted scarf was featured on page 15 of the 2006 Fibrecrafts Catalogue (pictured here, below). She dyed the yarn using the microwave method of low water immersion dyeing with acid dyes before knitting it into this pretty scarf. Slub Yarn Scarf Jo, who works here at George Weil & S

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  • Learn How to Knit - The Knit Stitch This basic stitch is also known as the garter stitch. Once you have mastered it, you will be able to knit a scarf, fabric blocks, cushion covers, a bag and more. Many of the knitting books featured on this site include information on the different stitches as well as guidance on how to understand knitting pattern

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  • Learn How to Knit - Casting Off This is the method for casting off (also known as binding off) your knitting. It leaves a neat edge which can be threaded up with tassels if desired. Many of the knitting books featured on this site include information on the different stitches as well as guidance on how to understand knitting patterns and the terms

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  • Learn How to Knit - Casting On There are a number of ways to cast on. This method creates a chain of knit stitches on the needle. Once you have mastered this method of casting on, you are not far off learning the knit stitch (also known as the garter stitch). With this basic stitch you will be able to knit a scarf, fabric blocks, cushion covers, a

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  • If you've never knitted before DO NOT be alarmed! All these scarves were knitted with the basic knit stitch using 100g hanks of yarn and the people that knitted are novices to the craft. Why not join in by learning to cast-on your first stitch. Once you become more confident you can begin experimenting with stitches and yarns. This super soft Mohai

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  • The Schacht Zoom Loom is a pin loom that is very easy and comfortable to use. The instructions contain a step by step process of how to use the loom and a selection of projects. The loom has been designed for creating woven squares which can be joined together to create scarves, place mats, throws and other items. A Trail Run I found the instructio

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  • I painted this silk chiffon scarf to give as a present for Christmas (and I'm pleased to say that the recipient was really happy with it). The scarf is made from openly woven fine silk thread creating a sheer gauze fabric. I folded the 40 x 150cm scarf in half. I then pinned it to a wooden silk painting frame so that the surface was pulled taut. As

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  • We thought you may like to see what Jo did with the super soft Bluefaced Leicester Roving yarn. Jo hand dyed the yarn before knitting. Jo decided to knit the yarn to make a snood. She knitted the wool into a large square and then sewed up two of the opposite sides. The opening of the snood is placed over the head and can be worn around the neck and

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  • I was quite daunted when I first pinned my 90cm x 90cm Pongee silk scarf to the stretcher frame. I had two colours of DEKA Silk (black and lemon) and wanted to demonstrate how they could be used effectively to decorate the scarf. My simple design didn't include having to use a gutta outliner or precise application. I began with the black paint, bl

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  • The Ashford Fringe Twister has been designed to make light work of making twisted fringe for handwoven garments, knitted scarves or for needle work projects - the finishing touch to your handmade items. You can also use the finge twister to create corded cotton, or to twist sliver prior to felting it. Features There are four alligator clips mounted

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  • After sending a parcel of alpaca/silk tops to an address in Guernsey, we were delighted to receive this photograph of a hand crafted scarf by Karen Malledent, especially when we read the email that accompanied it. Here's what Karen thinks about us! "Hello all at Fibrecrafts, It was good to meet you on our visit there in September. Just had to say a

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