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Lena

Oh gosh, I love this! Vicki, you never cease to amaze me with how you can combine the simplest of elements into perfection. Your model is perfect too! This is a scarf that I would love to wear, as I'm not a fan of wooly things around my neck. Flannel is just right.

xo

Debbie

What a cozy looking scarf! I love all of the little details that make it special. The flannel must be soft around the neck.

bethany

Sew cute!!

Sara

Too sweet and sew simple--love the adorable little bird!

Amy

*swoon*
How perfectly wintery and lovely.

Bridgette

Another winner, thank you!

Sharon M.

Oh my, oh my, oh my, cute, cute, cute!!!
:)

Susanne Tyree

Lovely and unique idea, especially since most scarves are either knitted or crocheted. I love your embroidery pieces. Makes me want to get out my needles and floss. How clever to be so thrifty too. I recycle also. The big thing has been denim. It is tough and sturdy, makes good heavy quilts, purses, totes and much more. Thank you for sharing with us :)

Kristy

Lovely, just lovely!! I'm particularly fond of cotton flannel- and what a sweet little bird!!

Vee

How darling! You gave us a good tip about purchasing something that might not be 100%, but has usable bits. I'd say that it was a bargain to find all that lovely fringe. It looks so cozy comfortable and the embroidery just sets it off beautifully.

clarice

Happy New Year Vicki, I bet your happy. The snow scarf is so sweet but then I so love pom-poms. Perfect for a snowy day xoxo Clarice

Kate

Seriously cute! And inspiring! May have to borrow this idea :)

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