I said I'd show you the scarves I've made recently and here they are. As modeled by the new mannequin in the studio. All of these were made with recycled fabric samples that my sister Laura gave me when she came to visit the last time.
I pulled out a couple packets of sheers and separated the packets. Then came the difficult part: pulling out the heavy duty staples and cleaning off the paper backing. Sometimes the paper will peel like a banana, but usually it takes the patience of a saint. It wants to tear into strips about a quarter inch wide and maybe an inch long. Ah well, ya gotta work for some things.
This colorful one is an infinity scarf, which means there are no short ends, instead they are sewn together so make a complete circle. It's twisted and double-draped on Lady M.
Lady M has not complained one time about the itching. I suppose I could learn from her, but she's not explaining anything. :-) But then her head isn't big enough for a mouth.