Off the Loom: Spaced Warp/Weft Summer Scarf

I don’t often work with plant fibers unless they’re blended with wool, but I had some cellulose fiber yarns in my stash that I thought would be good for a summer scarf, so I warped my loom and wove a spaced warp/weft scarf. This project took one ball of Plymouth Nettle Grove yarn (45% cotton, 28% linen, 12% nettle, 15% silk) and I didn’t quite use the whole ball. So, it took less than 218 yards of this yarn.

It’s already in the 90s here in Alabama, so I don’t imagine I’ll be wearing any kind of scarf until late autumn, but it was nice using up some of my yarn that has been sitting around for a while. Now, what to do with the 4-6 other balls of this yarn….

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