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Archive for June, 2011

# 101 : I’m sure I have mentioned once or twice just how much I love animal print in a scarf – a touch, a tease – or an exclamation mark to complete a look (as in this image). How incredibly gorgeous is this snapped by Stockholm Streetstyle

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# 100 #  Woohoo – Big celebration here!!!

I am absolutely enamoured by the colours in this truly gorgeous hand dyed crepe silk scarf with hand rolled hems.  Another ETSY find … made by oceanavenuesilks US$22.00 (who can make a hand dyed silk scarf for US$22.00 and still afford to eat).

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# 99 : Another fabulous ETSY find from ArtLAB – I just loved the look and feel of this gorgeous cotton double gauze handprinted scarf.  Clever concept beautifully executed.  USD90.00.  Fantastic value.

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# 98 : Back to my celebrity scarf fix.  I just can’t resist a gorgeous celeb in a scarf.  Sad really!!!  Today’s celebrity scarf fixation is Jennifer Anniston … because she just looks so incredibly chic no matter what she wears but in a scarf she looks downright HOT!!!   These images are from Fashion Fame.  Just LOVE the denim/leather thing.  Enjoy!!!

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# 97 :  This rather sheepish looking fellow is a hand knitted scarf made from black (30% wool and 70% acrylic) and grey (60% mohair, 35% acrylic and 5% polyester) fibres. Very cute.  Made by rokeliux on ETSY – the place for all things hand made it’s US$62.00.  Baaaaa!!!!!

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Julie’s Freeform Scarf

# 96 : This is the last week of my eight week freeform knitting class at Open Drawer in Camberwell and I am delighted to present to you Julie’s scarf from the class.  How gorgeous is this scarf?  I just love her sense of fun and the use of colour in this piece. Such a sense of achievement.  I am sure she will enjoy wearing her new creation.

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Scarf Festival

# 95 : It’s here.  The scarf festival launches tomorrow (I’m excited).  I just love the quality of the entries, the colour, the clever use of a myriad of materials.  This image is my winning entry from last year’s festival : Best Felted Scarf.   Can’t wait to see what’s in store for this year. Details as follows :

When: Daily from 24 June 2011 to 21 August 2011
Where: National Wool Museum
Address: 26-32 Moorabool St, Geelong 3220
Map: Melways 401:H3
Cost: Other/More Information Museum entry costs (for exhibition viewing): Adult – $7.30, Concession – $5.90, Child – $3.65, Family (2 adults and up to 4 children) – $20.00, Groups (15+ people) – $5.50 per person, Schools – $3.65 per student. Please note, one free entry is provided for those who have entered one or more scarves.,

 

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