The shawls were made by laying merino wool and some mulberry silk over the chiffon base.
After rubbing, rolling for some 200 times back & forth. Followed by light motions of throwing and "moving" around - the effortless action I like to do.
Within hours it come the shawl.
Another piece is in brown tone
My girl was fond of it and asked me to do her a piece. Never say no to my darling girl or shout at my sweet Mogi.
Mogi, "how soft it is?
Totally made 4 during the weekend. The last one for Jas...
Wrap in different styles, upside-down or inside-out with different shades of black, grey and white.....
Girl's naughty look.
I was happy to have done the commision and ready to go for the buyer lady C.
These shawls are what I supposed good for the winter. Lady C was nice and said they're warm enough and she loved all BUT if they're thinner would be best also for handbag carrying. I was a bit uneasy for a while since they're not what I assume all right. I said I could do another piece with just little scattered wool which will be light and thin.