Presto Chango!

by Aimee on September 5, 2011

So, I had this woven scarf that I was never going to wear. I made it as a sample for a beginners rigid heddle class I taught earlier this year. The yarn was cool – a cream color worsted weight (Encore maybe – I don’t even know, it was in my stash) and a skein of Kollage Dreamy in a green. It wasn’t a long scarf – or very wide. Like I said, it was a sample. But then the AWESOME Crystal (aka Kitty Von Trapp) told me about the scarf bag and a thought came to me…

I could make that scarf into a bag. And I bet other people have knit, crochet, woven (heck even store bought) scarves that they don’t know what to do with.

So I did. Chris and I were brainstorming fun classes to have at the shop, and we thought this one would be a lot of fun. Plus, even a new knitter can turn their scarf collection into a couple of bags in no time flat!

So here is my cute little Scarf Bag! It is at the shop if you want to see it up close. The strap is short on it – like I said, it was a sample that I had around – but it is super cute! I can just see a really long woven or knit one with deep pockets being taken to the farmers market!

Scarf Bag Class
September 24, 2011 – 2 pm – 4 pm
Yarnhouse

Call the shop if you are interested in taking the class!

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