Velveteen and voile scarf

It’s 50 degrees today in Michigan. WOOOHOOOO!!! Perfect weather for my new, fabulous velveteen and voile scarf.

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I have a big crush on this velveteen print by Anna Maria Horner, and ordered more of it than I probably should have from Laura right after we did that velveteen giveaway back in December. It’s bad for me, those fabric giveaways. I see too much that I want. I still have dreams of making some curtains and covering some pillows in this print for our living room, just basic, to really show off the print. The problem with those ideas is that they are a little boring to execute, you know? I dread hemming rectangles, I’m afraid I’ll fall asleep at my machine. I need some little elves ala “Elves and the Shoemaker” to come and finish them up for me at night. This project is rectangles, but no hemming, whee!! Just a little handstitching at the end, I can dig that. Gives me something to do while I watch Battlestar Galactica. OH NOOOOOO! Did I just admit, to the Entire Universe, just how much of a geek I really am? I think I just did.

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You might remember I made a similar scarf with linen and Liberty lawn last fall; this time I made it to AMH’s exact specifications in this post. A walking foot definitely helps keep the layers from sliding around, for sure.

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A green striped shirt is probably not my first recommendation if you want to put together a fabulous look with this scarf. In fact, I would go so far as to say you should never go out of the house wearing these together. What can I say? I didn’t feel like changing just to take a couple of pictures.

I think the velveteens make a lovely scarf for spring when paired with the voile, not too warm, but still really cosy. Quick check of sponsor fabric shops: Charmstitch, Pink Castle, and Fabricworm are still carrying a number of the velveteens at the time of this writing if you’re as into these as I am.

21 thoughts on “Velveteen and voile scarf

    • Hi Kimberly, the voile is also from Anna Maria Horner, it’s part of her “pastry line’. I’m pretty sure Pink Castle still has it. I know a number of the other sponsors on my blog (check the sidebar) carry the AMH voiles as well, not sure if they still have this one though!

  1. Its okay to watch Battlestar Galactica (I assume that this is with Mr. Rae in the evenings). It’s super awesome! We are currently working our way through Quantum Leap.

  2. The scarf is gorgeous. And there is nothing wrong with enjoying Battlestar Galactica. I have all the seasons on DVD and think it’s one of the best series in the last ten years, regardless of genre. Nerds of the world, unite! :-)

    Plus, it’s full of Canadian actors since it was shot in Vancouver. Like most shows with a supernatural, science fiction, or fantasy bent right now.

  3. oh, how I love Battlestar Galactica. My husband has turned me on to so many wonderfully geeky things. Do you watch Doctor Who? It is our latest favorite.

    Nice scarf, too. :)

  4. I LOVE the scarf! I love Battlestar Galactica! And to the commenter above, I LOVE Doctor Who!!! Gosh, it’s just fantastic! All these people who watch nerdy shows and are creative and sew. Makes me smile!!!
    :-)

  5. seriously? I just might utterly duplicate this scarf, colorway and all. it is so delicious. with making the 18×72 cuts – did you join 2 widthwise (perpendicular to the selvage) cuts together before constructing the scarf, or did you cut one long piece parallel to the selvage?

  6. LOVE IT! i got a 1/4 yd cut of liberty tana lawn to make something like this, but i got it right before you posted your last one of these and i’m sure it’d turn out a little snug, so i’ve been pondering how to make it work. hmmm…..

  7. Personally, I think the stripey top and floral scarf look fab together! There’s a contrast to keep it interesting, but the colours tie in well. I would definitely go out wearing that top and scarf!

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