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Queen Bee Scarf

A giant stone face at The Bayon temple in Angkor Thom, Cambodia
There it is. I think it’s done. The skinny black border around the very edge will be rolled and stitched. Do you see the bee? Hint: Not the ones in the corners. Overall I am quite pleased if I do say so myself. And here’s where crazy artistic anxiety comes in to play: I’m afraid to get it printed! Isn’t that lame? I’m afraid it won’t look as good. AND THEN WHAT WILL I DO??


I also have the next scarf almost done. Here’s a peek:

A giant stone face at The Bayon temple in Angkor Thom, Cambodia

I still don’t know what to do with the border. A wave motif maybe? What do you think? I also tried putting the little ships in the corner boxes, but I didn’t like it. I might try it again, or I might not even have corner boxes, although I like the idea of having continuity with these initial scarves.

I’ll keep at it.


  • I think this is a real great post.Much thanks again. Will read on…

  • Christina

    These are gorgeous! Love the bee motif!

  • Very nice. Maybe you can put mermaid tails in the corner spots. And…how about you make a taxidermy scarf inspired by that shop you didn’t buy a beaver pelt from! Hehehehehe

  • Beautiful! Let me know when and where I can get one!

  • mom

    Love It!

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