Thursday, March 18, 2010

Kaffe Scarflett


I started this project when it was a bit more weather appropriate, but now that our house is back in order after our fire I am trying to get some sewing done before the yard beckons for attention.

This patchwork scarf was made with the Fig Tree Threads Scarflett pattern using two different Kaffe Fassett fabrics from my stash. I used warm & natural batting and a flannel backing so I expect next winter it will nice and warm here in Minnesota! (Though they could certainly be made with thinner batting and without the flannel for a warmer climate or more year round wear.)



I think a scarf like this would be a great gift...these might just be what my sons' teachers get next year?!

12 comments:

Sherri said...





It's absolutely gorgeous! A gift anyone would love!

Jackie said...





You said the magic word... Kaffe! I love it! I never thought of making a scarf with fabric and the flannel back is just perfect for the cold winters.

Poppyprint said...





Oh, hello! I love it that bloggers are posting pix of themselves lately. Beauty scarf.

wishes, true and kind said...





Your scarf looks great! Great job!

Quilt Hollow said...





It's so pretty! Wonderful gift!!

Duff said...





Beautiful! Any teacher would ♥love♥ this gift! (I'm a teacher, trust me on this one!!)

Barb said...





You look cute in your scarf !!

Kim D. said...





Love your scarf, and the teachers are going to love it as well. Gotta love the Kaffe fabrics.

Needled Mom said...





It will be perfect - warm, stylish and absolutely gorgeous fabrics.

Rafael's Mum said...





Love the scarf! What a great idea!

Dorrie said...





Love the scarf. . .I have a newly acquired admiration for Kaffe's lovely fabrics!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...





The scarf and pic are darling!