... that can make you happy, right?!
Finally I really managed to sew up a Rubblework Scarf for myself and I am VERY happy about it ^-^
Remember? I've made a few for christmas and a birthday, and I am still not tired of it.
Looking back at the "other rubbleworks" I've made so far I am again astonished how the choice of fabric can change the look completely - though the pattern stays the same.
Usually I get bored pretty quickly, so it amazes me that this small, tiny, quick and EASY sew keeps me amused so long and again and again.
RED was the theme, matching the color for project spectrum for february/march.
Of course I couldn't make a plain red version... temptation is always there to bring in some contrast - in my case a hint of green (surprise!), which goes well with the large flower fabric of the main squares.
For this version I used quilting cottons for the front and a wonderful soft wool flannel for the backside. It will keep my neck warm on those last chilly days of winter without being too warm to wear when the sun comes out to play.
Think I need a summer version, too!
... seems like you got me hooked, Kathy! ;)