|Image from the Village Haberdashery|
The lovely Annie at The Village Haberdashery has been sending me some of her gorgeous fabric to play with again. This time she sent some beautiful soft airy Nani Iro Double Gauze and some sweet pompom trim.
If you are interested in making a soft, floaty, warm but airy scarf with a bit of pompom style, head over to The Village Haberdashery blog to find out how. I promise it's quick and easy!
Here's one I made a while back that my daughter likes to wrap round her neck about 5 times :)
Thanks for letting me play with your lovely fabric Annie!
Slovenly scarf, and even more lovely photo of your daughter.ReplyDelete
Your daughter is a great model and both scarves are lovely xReplyDelete
Lovely scarf Fiona! I am a double gauze convert too - making a sundress out of it for Daughter #1 right now. It is so lovely and floaty! Thanks for the tutorial, I will bookmark this one xReplyDelete
Oh gorgeous! Looks supersoft too :-)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous scarves and I actually dreamt about pompoms last night so I'll have to get some from Annie now!!ReplyDelete
Your daughter is so beautiful :)
Beautiful! And perfect timing for something warm and snuggly! jxoReplyDelete
Beautiful scarves. Di xReplyDelete
it's so lovely - I was admiring it on Annie's blog this morning (and in the shop at the weekend!)ReplyDelete
Those wee pompoms are so cute on it!ReplyDelete
Cute pom poms on a cute little girl!ReplyDelete
I saw this in my newsletter this morning - it's a beautiful scarf and I really want some of Annie's AMH voiles. The photo of your daughter is stunning!ReplyDelete
Oh I woke up to this - lovely xxxReplyDelete
I thought it was super seeing you in the newsletter! Well done, lovely!ReplyDelete
Oh what a beautiful pic. Nice scarf too.ReplyDelete
Cute scarf. I'm thinking I might have to make myself one of these for the upcoming Australian winter. Something simple ill finish quickly! Your daughter is beautiful.ReplyDelete