destashing part 3: wearables

Last bit of destashing for just now – stuff that’s ready to wear!

Prices are in USD and include shipping to the US and Canada.

peacock squared scarf

Peacock Squared Scarf

A light and fun woven scarf featuring super soft, high quality hand-dyed yarns. Turquoise with just a bit of fuchsia in narrow accent lines.

Plain weave using Shelridge Farm Soft Touch Ultra (100% superwash merino wool) and Blue moon Fiber Arts Socks that Rock (100% superwash merino wool). This scarf is machine washable, but for best results hand wash, dry flat.

12 inches wide by 84 inches long, including 7 inch turquoise knotted fringe.

Was $95, now just $55 USD.

milk and cream scarf

Milk and Cream Scarf – handwoven by me!
A light and fun woven scarf/wrap featuring Noro Silk Garden yarn.

Whites, creams and beiges shimmer in this wide wrap that scrunches up to wear as a scarf. This self-striping yarn produces subtle, skinny vertical stripes! Plain weave using Noro Silk Garden Sock Yarn (40% Lamb’s Wool, 25% silk, 25% nylon, 10% kid mohair). Hand wash, dry flat for best results.

15 inches wide by 80 inches long, including a 6 inch knotted fringe.
was $105, now $75 USD.

galli scarf

Galli Tweed Scarf – A long silk tweed scarf featuring high-quality silk yarn.
Charcoal with multicoloured tweedy bits. Plain weave using Muench Sir Galli (100% silk tweed). Hand wash, dry flat for best results.

8 inches wide by 80 inches long, including 7 inch brown knotted fringe.
was $75, now $50 USD.

Organic Wool Raglan

“Cotton Raglan” from Melissa Leapman’s “Cables Untangled”, knit from 8 skeins of O-Wool worsted merino. Worn once or twice, but I made it too big for me! I can’t bear to rip it out.

$85 USD, or make me an offer (I won’t be offended if you rip it out for the yarn or something).

Bust: 38 inches
Upper Arm: 14 inches
Length from Underarm: 14 inches

scalloped bottom

lace nightie, back

“Lace Nightie” from an old Interweave, knit out of Alchemy Silken Straw (100% silk). Not at all a nightie but a cute layering piece, more of a cami! (Sorry for the old photos – there’s a front view here.) Worn maybe once or twice.

The size is a little tricky, it measures 29 inches across the middle but it’s a halter. Shown on me, 36″ bust. I think it’ll fit from about 32-36 inch bust. $50 USD, or make me an offer!

roundabout tank

Roundabout Tank from Knitting Nature. Knit from Nashua Natural Focus Ecologie Cotton. Worn once or twice. Would make a great vest in the fall! Bust is 34 inches. $40 USD or make me an offer!







4 responses to “destashing part 3: wearables”

  1. bellamoden Avatar

    Me! Me! I need that milk and cream wrap!

  2. megan Avatar

    i’m interested in the cotton raglan…could i try it on?

  3. June Avatar

    I would like to purchase the roundabout tank, please contact me. Thanks.

  4. Ivelisse Rodriguez AKA-Knittyandpurly Avatar
    Ivelisse Rodriguez AKA-Knittyandpurly

    Without a doubt new collection should be called “Pretty in Pink”.
    Can’t wait to see the patterns published.


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