Another Möbius scarf – Saori style

Today I just finished off another mobius scarf. This was with a length of very colourful weaving – in cottons, bamboo and other fibres.

I took a strip and twisted it and braided the fringes together. This gives a lot of options for ways to wear it.

Saori Scarf

Saori Scarf

And the colours go with so many things – it’s going to be fun to wear. And now that fall seems to be here, it’s nice to have something cozy around my neck.

Happy Weaving,

Terri

My website: www.saltspringweaving.com

12 replies
  1. terri
    terri says:

    Thanks so much Taueret and Ellen! It was fun to make and even more fun to wear – and cozy too!

    Happy Weaving,
    Terri

  2. mom
    mom says:

    Another gorgeous mobius scarf!! It looks like it drapes beautifully with the bamboo yarn and all. It will go with almost everything.

    BTW I’m looking forward again to wearing the one you gave me last year,as soon as the wintery weather starts up here!

    oxox mom

  3. terri
    terri says:

    Thanks Mom! It’s a fun project to do….the braiding took a while, but I’m happy with how it adds to the scarf.

    I hope your scarf keeps you cozy and warm and I hope the wintery weather is not coming too soon!!

    Happy Weaving,
    Terri

  4. michele
    michele says:

    Oh, you’ve inspired me… I had a short silk warp left on the loom that wove up beautifully but isn’t long enough as a scarf – this may be perfect!

  5. terri
    terri says:

    That’s great! That was how my first mobius scarf started – with a warp too short for a full length scarf!

    Happy Weaving,
    Terri

  6. terri
    terri says:

    Thanks Annie – I hope you do try it and I’d love to see the results. I am so happy that others like the idea!

    Happy Weaving,
    Terri

  7. Franky
    Franky says:

    What a great scarf Terri. I will have to try something like this in the furure. Would look super with a leather jacket

  8. terri
    terri says:

    Thanks Franky & Noreen!

    It is very easy to make and could be made in many different colours and materials to go with most anything….a lighter one as a scarf and a heavier, warmer one for winters….

    Happy Weaving,
    Terri

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