Black walnut woven scarf

Putting it to use, I wove the black walnut dyed yarn with some commercial yarns.  A mixed warp to add some glitz!

I used my table top rigid heddle loom with a VERY loose weave.  There’s some hand spun as well as a fine “Pony” yarn.  The final step is to felt it.

Black walnut woven scarf

Black walnut woven scarf

 

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Black walnut woven scarf

  1. The turquoise brings out that gorgeous color of the walnut! Can’t wait to see it felted, though it looks pretty nice woven:)

  2. Very cool. Love the color combo. Deb

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  3. The commercial yarn includes ladder yarn, “fun/furry yarn,” and mohair. The scarf (as pictured) has been felted–I felt it to keep it together…even with non-wool yarn.

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