My sister was so excited about her scarf, she shared my picture of it with all of her friends on facebook! Her friends loved it, so I picked up a few more orders! Her neighbor wanted two classic black and white scarves. I wound out a warp that was double the length of the normal scarf length, wound on a piece of yarn way off on the side that was marked in the middle, and then I wove about half of it, put 16" of paper spacers, and started another scarf. The scarves are very close in length, one is just a few inches longer than the other. However, I was very impressed with how close I got! The only reason why it was off just a little bit is because my polyester yarn I was using as the length guide stretched a little bit while winding up the warp. That will be a mental note for next time I do that... maybe I'll use cotton for the spacer next time, if I do it that way again. These scarves only take about 10 minutes to set up, so it's not like I am saving a ton of time by warping for two!
They're on their way to a much cooler climate than here!
I have several more orders coming up in this next week. Some will be more repeats and some will be new combinations!