This beautiful scarf was made by Glenda Howell of Peppercorn Minis. She gave it to me for no reason other than that I had commented on her post that this scarf is "right up my alley".
Glenda had written that she made this scarf using Noro silk and wool mix for yarn . Although the yarn for this scarf was store bought, she had once spun these yarn herself after shearing the sheep , also by her. She then made rectangles using a hand held 6" x 4" weavette loom and then crocheted each piece together. The sheep was probably fed by Glenda too. I now own this scarf that is made by the multi- talented Glenda's hands. Can you imagine how in awe I am of her? Or maybe you can't. By the way, not only was weaving a big part of her life before miniatures, Glenda was also a lace maker and an embroiderer. I remembered how overwhelmed (and over the moon) I was when I found out that this super talented woman wanted a pair of my shoes.