Today I am posting pictures just for the fun of it!! Don't you love the dramatic point of this arashi scarf? It was pleated with a twist, and has many different looks, depending upon how it is worn. These are pictures of the double blues scarf as it came off of the pole and as it was draped over the shoulder of a dress form. And these are fun pictures of a lavendar arashi scarf posing with the blue diva arashi gown. It is quite wide and generously long. This is the Shibori V
Each time I create a bomaki shibori scarf, it is different from the previous ones. The differences are seemingly subtle but important. This blog is a conversation about it.
Recently, I designed 3 bomaki style scarves, and found that the size pipe used needs to be 1/3 larger in diameter than the scarf is in width, so that the scarf won't touch itself when fitted around the pipe. Fold the flap down and start baste stitching the edges of the scarf. When you reach the end and