Sunday, June 3, 2012

The weekend win.

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Annie and I headed off on a whim, for a breakfast meeting at Millrose yesterday, where I bought a pack of divine wool squares.scarf2

I took out the creamy white one and added some blues from the stash. Then I chopped them all in half (Now 2  1/2 x 5 inches)

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and sewed them all together.

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I added a back piece and Bob’s your uncle – A new scarf !scarf4

(Loving myself sick right now)

48 comments:

  1. I don't blame you ! It looks great and would be so very warm .

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  2. Beautiful! Makes me wish that I lived somewhere that got cold. ;)

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  3. M and I were in the Fabric Remnant Warehouse in Sydney yesterday (I'd never been there before); he showed me a fabric tea cup. When I didn't get all excited, he was very surprised. I told him that I'd seen them on the internet and could even remember Jodie making prototypes. Later, while waiting for my fabric to be cut, I saw your patterns - then I got excited!

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  4. Gorgeous scarf! I am sure it will keep you toasty warm in the cold weather right now.

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  5. Wauw , heel mooi, prachtig gewoon !!!
    (wow, very beautifull, simply gorgeous !)

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  6. How fabulous is that! Lovely Jodie <3

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  7. Fabulous! And to think that I was tempted when I saw them at Millrose this morning and didn't purchase - drat! BTW, Lizzie and I reckon it must be about time for a staff meeting...

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  8. awesome colour combo ... it'd be warm & snugly & v v cheery & bright!

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  9. Ooh, I'm off to MIllrose this coming Saturday for a class and a shop; now I know what will be on the top of the list. The scarf is awesome, I love it and I am going to unashamedly steal your creativity. Hope you don't mind?!

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  10. Oh Jodie, it's FANTASTIC! I love it! I had a fab morning!

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  11. If only I could be you!! Love it. (You'd need it in Ballarat for winter too!!

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  12. Ha - and I seem to remember a comment you made a while back that you "never make anything practical" !!!
    (Seriously, nothing could be more practical for this time of year where you live!)
    Love the colours too, like a paint box, or a box of derwents!

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  13. I love this, so colourful! How did you sew the squares together so there are no seams at the back?

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  14. might just have to make one of those at work tomorrow!! Love it Jodie...
    Lizzie
    xxx

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  15. You are just too clever for words.

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  16. Good on you, very creative and fantastic result.

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  17. so you should be! That's freaking awesome!

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  18. Holy LOVE! It makes me wish I lived on the underside of the world. We had to turn on our air conditioner for the first time today and I am grumpy and mad about the heat. I wish it was cold enough to make (and wear) a wool scarf. It's lovely Jodie!

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  19. (I also love that you put a scarf on a fence post :)

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  20. I'd be loving myself sick too.

    Absolutely beautiful!

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  21. I'd be loving myself sick too.

    Absolutely beautiful!

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  22. I can't see where to purchase a wool square pack on the website. Help! I love yours!

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  23. I love it! It's beauiful and it looks soft! ;p

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  24. Is that a woolly continuous twisty mobius strip thingy? That whole business is altogether too big for my brain. *has a small lie down*

    Despite the slightly terrifying mathematics it is absolutely ACES.

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  25. Um, gorgeous much! Reminds of the Morgan Wills ones - seen those?

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  26. I just love how you just whipped that up, it's great! I usually caress things for a bit before I just "Chop it" LOL. Now we don't see much wool in S. florida only the crafty acrylic kind. What do you recommend and where online, since I am about 29 hours away on plane from Melrose?

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  27. Beautiful and very colorful. I wish we had cold weather here.

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  28. Beautiful rainbow scarf! Do you ever have a cold enough weather there for a scarf to wear I wonder?

    It seems that you are falling in and out of love - it's a very human condition. It happens to me, too.

    In your previous post the portrait of your living cat grouped with the felt ones is adorable. I am sure that your cat knows who the fairest is them all! No question about it.

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  29. Wow Jodie - that's gorgeous! Looks like the perfect thing to wear in our cold, wet and windy British summer.

    xx

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  30. How is Mr. RicRac doing? I was AWOL for awhile, so I may have missed a post!

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  31. STUNNING & how warm, now i read on your next post you have a sore throat, i hope this eases the broken glass feeling, love Posie

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  32. Loving your Blog. Just blogged about my crafty weekend with my girls. I love all the crafty things. So relaxing and great fun :)

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  33. Oh my stars - too gorgeous! You know you're my not-so-secret sewing crush, don't you?! *sigh!*

    I have loads of felt squares sitting in a drawer in Dash's room just waiting to be sewn into a scarf but of course, like so many other unfinished projects I've not managed to actually get around to DOING it (same old story). I'm inspired now - when I kick this flu I'm going to get my sewing mojo ON!

    Thanks for the metaphorical kick up the bum :-)

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  34. gorgeous! I must go and visit I haven't been in a patchwork shop forever until last week

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Hellloooooo !!!!