Monday, January 13, 2014

Braided Scarf




Hi there...Hope this new year will bring health and happiness for everyone. So here I am bringing the first post of the month...soft cuddly braided scarf. Its easy and fun to make... all you need is a ball of pompom yarn and a little free time. Here are the pictures to explain...


   Step 1  line up your yarn divide them in equal parts....



 Step 2 Cut the ends and put a rubber band at one end and start braiding





Step 3 Tie up both ends with a yarn. You can add felt flowers or ribbon flowers to deck up




Here is the final look...since I am using pompom yarn you can hardly see the braid and it gives a fluffy look to this scarf




Hope you will like it..see you soon with another diy!

1 comment:

  1. Deepika madam

    Wish You a Happy New Year and Happy Makara Sankranthi (Pongal). In South India people celebrated now Pongal festival. In Andhra Pradesh we called the festival as Makara Sankranthi which is a 3 days festival Boghi, Makara Sankranthi and Kanuma festivals. In Tamilnadu this festival called as Pongal.

    Deepika madam please look into my first post of this year which i shared in my blog on Rangoli designs (Muggulu).


    http://indian-heritage-and-culture.blogspot.in/2014/01/rangoli-muggu.html

    In Andhra Pradesh we called rangolis as Muggu (Muggulu). Please look into this Rangoli designs post and share your comments.

    Also please look into my Lamps of India and The Ramakien (Thailand Ramayana) posts and share your comments.

    http://indian-heritage-and-culture.blogspot.in/2013/09/lamps-of-india.html

    http://indian-heritage-and-culture.blogspot.in/2013/12/the-ramakien-thailand-ramayana.html

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