Sunday, 19 October 2014

Winter scarf (left hand knitting)

Double seed stitch

Finally, completed the scarf I started, past winter. This Madelinetosh,  hand dyed yarn was a gift from a friend. It is so soft, and easy to work with too.

I made an attempt to add a crochet edging. I did not follow the pattern exactly as it was given, but I am happy with the result.



Last few weekends I also spent time trying out a collage. I used two separate photos and mixed into a one picture : made use of lots of old magazines, acrylic paint and varnish medium. 

Thank you for stopping by for a peek,



  1. the scarf will be warm and cosy on winter days. Good job with the collage, very nice piece.

  2. Good Morning Gaia! I've finally caught up with you again, and have read through some earlier posts which I missed. I'm so glad you finished your quilt! It looks fantastic, and so much work has been put into it. You must be so happy that it is finally complete :) I loved your little doll too. I like making doll clothes, but really should try making a doll one day. And this scarf is so pretty, I love the colours and the double seed stitch. It makes it look very squishy and soft. You've been getting your hand into so much lately, you put me to shame. Have a great day ... looks like autumn has finally arrived for us. You might want that scarf today. Wendy x

  3. oh thanks for visiting me !! Nice from you ! Your scarf and the painting are great ! Have a lovely day ! see you !

  4. Oh, you are left-handed? Me too! Both these artistic adventures are lovely.