Kit - Weaving - Rigid Heddle "Light & Dark Fibonacci Stripes" Silk Scarves
LIMITED EDITION Rigid Heddle Weaving Kit designed and woven by Peg MacMorris (featured in Little Looms 2017 magazine, page 27)
Using Fibonacci sequence to create pleasing stripes, Peg used two skeins of silk yarn to create two scarves.
Peg first used a skein of Jorie II hand-dyed #55 Stonehenge and a natural (undyed) skein of Zola. And then she created a pair using the combination #956 Periwinkle & #309 Apple Green, featured in Little Looms magazine.
It's hard to stop, there are so many color combinations...Peg also sampled this using a relatively light-value color #215 Eucalyptus it looks fabulous!
We love getting two different scarves…a “light” one and a “dark” one, because one scarf is woven with hand-dyed Jorie II as the weft and the other is woven with natural white Zola as the weft.
And the two scarves each have a different weight, too, so you can wear the "light" one in warmer weather and the 'dark" one in cooler weather.
We have dyed seven of our favorite colors for you to choose from...if you don't see the color (pictured left) in the drop down box, it's sold out.
Your Limited Edition "Light & Dark Fibonacci Stripes" Silk Scarves Kit makes TWO beautiful scarves and includes:
--190 yds (90g) of hand-dyed Jorie II (100% spun silk yarn, DK weight)
--580 yds (90g) of natural white Zola (100% spun silk yarn, lace weight)
And, as a limited edition kit, once gone, these scarves kits are retired forever!
Each scarf is approximately 5.5” wide; the scarf using Jorie II as the weft will be approximately 45" long (plus fringe) and the scarf using Zola as the weft will be approximately 75" (plus fringe)
Scarf designed and woven by Peg MacMorris for Treenway Silks
Photo on models is coutesy of Handwoven magaizne/Little Looms magazine; photograhed by George Boe.