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Saturday, March 14, 2009

Recycled Walk in the Woods Merino Wool Neckwear

I loved working with this yarn. I'm sad I can't buy more. Definitely one of a kind! Made from this beautiful recycled merino wool yarn by play at life fiber arts called "Walk in the Woods." The name and colors of the yarn inspired the design. Three individual pieces which can be worn together or separate. One is a long, thin, double crochet scarf. The second is a twisted spiral, simiar to a vine of sorts. The third is a freeform leaf design so intricate that there is a center vein raised up on each leaf. These three pieces make a fantastic combination of textures.

This piece is ready to ship. Crochet by me. Individualize and show off your style! Wear not only as a scarf, but also as a headband or belt. The possibilities are only limited by your imagination.


The Basics

Michael and Talina Ripper met online and when they met in person, they knew they had found something special, a once in a lifetime love. Michael obtained BFAs in both Wood Design and Ceramics from ECU. Talina has always been a creative/artistic spirit, but has her BSN from ETSU and still works as an RN. Talina has three sons, Seth (17), Aaron (8), and Jacob (7). Michael and Talina have a son together, Quinn, who is 17 months. They are getting settled in their downtown loft just around the corner from Michael's studio and the gallery. Their dream of living their art is coming true!


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