Good name for it too!
Nice!! The knotting is interesting but looks nonchalant. Please tell me it's as simple as it looks. You have really encouraged me to work more with scarves; thanks (I think!).
I always love your scarves, but I really want to say I simply adored your post on letting go. Too busy grading papers to comment then.
Love the freshness of this, Pseu! Nancy, go to Hermes' site, www.hermes.com, click on scarves, and you will see "Playtime with your Scarf", a downloadable pdf with lots of ties. Pseu's today is super easy.
Nancy: Pseus' tie is in the second download ("Playtime" booklet is in two sections), page 6.
I like that one as well. Which park? Hmmm, Jardin du Luxembourg or Jardin des Tuileries . . .
LOVE that scarf.. and since Frugal Scholar commented on your previous post, may I concur.. I had alot more to say last night when I read it, but somehow it never got posted--I had a technical meltdown, and my comment dissappeared into the ether.Another time...!
Really pretty. And,ooh, LOVE the bracelet.
I'm with Belette...I love the scarf and the bracelet!
Yeah. I'm all about the bracelet.
One of Miss J's perennial faves, too. Stunning on you, Miss Pseu.
Love this scarf - think it 'went to Paris' with you recently n'est-ce pas?
so very pretty!Duchesse, thanks for the Hermes tip.
I love your scarf. I'm a huge fan of scarves, especially my Hermes beauties.
Love the colors of the scarf! Really beautiful...
Thanks Duchesse, will check out the Hermes pdfs.
Thanks to all for your lovely comments. This is a really easy tie, will try to get a demo up in the next day or so. It's based on the one in the Hermès pdf, but modified slightly.A few of you mentioned the bracelet...it's from Talbot's! They don't seem to have it available online but you might want to check their stores.
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