What a witty design! Very nice.
This might be my favourite -- and it's fun to see, in your earlier post featuring this same scarf, how different it looks when folded differently.
I love the colors and design.
Beautiful fall colors in that scarf!
I love it!
Have never seen this design, what fun! And perfect on you! Anticipating a trip is one of the very best parts.
A cute and jaunty design!
These posts remind me that scarves with scenes look fantastically abstract when rolled and tied. I instinctively avoid them, but ALWAYS love them on you, doll!
I´m always happy to see your scarves! I admit that here is a bit envy on my side, cause I just can´t make mine work.
I love the simplicity and whimsy of this scarf. And, of course, it is lovely on you.
I don't know how you can do this every week. You could give lessons to Frenchwomen.Amazing.
I do love this one! What a great design!
That is damn cute! BTW, pondering options for your ring today! Thinking white metal is a must.
Nancy - thanks!materfamilias - yes, it's fun to see how many looks one can get from a single scarf based on how it's folded and tied.Rita - thank you. This is one of my favorite color combinations.
Sher - thanks! autumn colors are my faves!SewingLibrarian - thank you!Duchesse - merci! Yes, I've been a bit preoccupied, but in the best of ways.
Sue - thank you!Sal - I used to avoid them too until I figured out that you can hide or highlight any part of the design depending on how you tie it. Thanks!metscan - glad you enjoy. It took lots of practice before I began to feel comfortable with wearing scarves. Start simple and just play in front of the mirror. Then forget you have it on. ;-)
Make Do Style - thanks so much!La Belette Rouge - merci beaucoup.tishjett - merci, you are too kind!
Couture Allure - thank you!WendyB - thanks! I can hardly wait to see your ideas.
Nice, as always. And thanks for the follow-up answer to my question.
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