To make up for me flaking out and not posting last week, I'm posting two scarves that I've worked on over the past two weeks.
When I first started weaving, one of my first projects was a scarf using CMYK colors (cyan, yellow, magenta and black) because that's a big color combination in the design world (they are the colors used in four-color printing processes.) I still had a lot of the yarn left over from that original scarf, and I found a thicker yarn on sale that was mostly magenta with bits of cyan and yellow running through it, so I thought that would be a nice addition. I kept the warp CMY, and added the K (black) as the weft. I made it a looser weave for warmer weather. Here's a photo of it on the loom:
This is another loose weave because I am just so excited that it's springtime! I bought a blue variegated yarn made from recycled cotton for my Hawaiian inspired scarf, and I had a lot left over, so I made it into its own scarf. Here it is on the loom:
See you next week for more springtime projects!