32 degrees to be exact. It inspired me to get started on a line of scarves for my Etsy shop. I finished the first today and have the fabric cut up for five others (one of which I am keeping for myself).
I used prints from Robyn Pandolph’s Empress Woo collection on the front, along with a nice linen-cotton blend. On the back is a continuous length of cream-colored flannel. I love these fabrics. The Empress Woo skirt I made this summer is one of my favorites.
I embellished the scarf with a polymer clay button. I thought the colors in the Country color scheme went nicely with the Empress Woo colors, saving me from custom-mixing anything this time around.
I plan to make one more Empress Woo scarf, with colors that tend more towards yellow than green. After that, I’ve got one based on the pattern in this skirt, one based on the pattern in this skirt, and two based on the pattern in this skirt (and one of those two will be mine – I can’t get enough of that Bleeker Street fabric! It reminds me a lot of my Swamp color scheme, which is one of my favorites.)
I’m looking forward to making my own. Plus, I really think these will make some nice Christmas gifts. Hopefully there will be a few Etsy shoppers who agree with me… And the best part of these scarves is that all of the prints are coming from my stash, which I have pledged not to add to until there’s more room in the box!