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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





  1. 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.


    See the How-To for the Roving Technique

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