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Gothic Forest Scarf


Gothic Forest Scarf
Tabi Ferguson runs Sericin Silkworks, a small business selling hand-dyed luxury fibers. She produces skeins that have an astonishing depth of colour and luster, that beg your fingers to fondle. Many of us buy single skeins of precious fibers because we can’t resist, but then wonder what to make. Inspired by a skein of Sericin Silkworks 100% cashmere, I designed Gothic Forest Scarf, a scarf that uses up every yard of that special skein.

The stitch pattern used for the body of this scarf reminds me of a forest of trees, their branches forming high, mysterious arches. The shape of those arches are gothic in nature and that, plus the muted yet rich tones of Sericin Silkworks’ beautiful cashmere, led to the name for this decadent scarf.

Read all about it here or head on over to Ravelry to buy it now.

P.S. Tabi was recently interviewed by Robin Hunter on her blog. You can find the interview here.

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