Ruffles are so much fun. They dress up t-shirts. They take a simple skirt to the next level. They add a special touch to a plain sweater. In the past few years ruffles have been showing up on all kinds of apparel. And I love it. One of my very favorite finds ever is ruffled fabric. That delightfully fluffy fabric that is row after row of ruffles – already ruffled and ready to use. The most popular thing I’ve made has been the ruffled leggings that I have available in my etsy shop. One of the fabrics is called S’mores because it is brown and cream. Isn’t that a fun name for it!
A few months ago Jamie from Freckled Laundry emailed me about wanting some leggings for her daughter. …and a scarf for me… she added with a smiley. I hadn’t thought of making a scarf out of the fabric but I though the idea a great one so I made a scarf for her. And one for me.
And then I sold the scarf I made for me. So I made a few more.
The scarves were a big hit at my sale I hosted in my home in December. I sold all but one, and that one got tucked into my grab bag gift that I took to Kansas with me for a little Christmas celebration with friends. My cousin ended up with it and she loved it a lot!
I sold all the brown and cream scarves that I had available at my sale.
Today I made some S’mores scarves. One for my friend who ordered one and a couple to put in my shop. I also have grey and white and black and white available. Other colors can be ordered so let me know if you have a request! They are wonderfully comfortable to wear – not too bulky and long enough to loop twice if you want to but not too long to just do a simple tie in the front. They measure 4 inches wide by about 70 inches long. I really must make one for myself that I actually keep instead of selling! If you are in need of a fun scarf to punch up your wardrobe check these out!
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