Textured Cotton Scarf - Free Pattern PDF Download
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A super simple weave made special by the texture of the yarn. I had a bit of trouble with the off white . It may have been user error but the texture slid like a stocking down the center fiber in a few places making it impossible to move through the heddle to beat it. I found a solution that worked perfectly. I manipulated the texture back into place and rubbed a small amount of white school glue on it to secure it. It dried quickly and I could proceed. Being school glue it washed out when I finish washed the scarf and I couldn’t find those places when the scarf dried. I didn’t have this problem with the same yarn in the Brick color. I love this yarn even with that little bit of trouble. I will order the other colors!
This yarn is great to weave with - very forgiving! The scarf is perfect for summer.
Weaving the scarf was fun. I used several colors - Brick, Denim, natural, grey. After washing and blocking, I used the V Shawl design in "Simple Woven Garments" by Goldenberg and Patrick for the final garment. Loved the whole process. The Mallo Cotton slub has a nice handle. The finished fabric is soft. KUDOS on both yarn and the scarf design!!! Wish I could include a picture.
This scarf kit is amazing, the yarn is so soft and luxurious, it weaves up beautifully, and I can’t stop touching it. Sturdy enough for winter, but not too heavy for fall/spring. Honestly, it could be used as a table runner too. I may weave up a skinnier version, I think you could take 3-4 inches off the width and be just fine.
Just finished. Love the color and texture of the yarn. 14" warp was 194 ends, raw finished width 13 1/2 ', washed ironed width 11 7/8" Loomed to 75", off loom length 71 1/2" washed, ironed length 63 3/4". Had one yard of waste so would probably warp to 3 yards. Am pleased, hope my results and numbers helps the next person out.