Needle-Felted Fringed Scarf with Roving
With snowy-white patches melting into a yellow background, this scarf borrows its look from ombre, the fabric-dyeing technique that creates subtle, graduated shifts in color.
Source: Martha Stewart Living, September 2009
The feathery ends of merino-wool roving tufts give an ombre effect with ease. Needle-felt the roving to a scarf already in your closet, or start with a piece of woven-wool fabric.
We simply cut cashmere yardage to the size we wanted. To make fringed edges, gently pull out some of the threads running along the width at each end.