Okay—this is clever.
An avid knitter named Abigail has developed a way to make a scarf into a fully functional maze that’s great for people with “fidgety fingers”. The pattern allows you to push a marble from one end of the maze to the other. [click to continue…]
This Rogue One AT-ACT Sun Walk Scarf is great for daily use, but it is absolutely ideal to wear as a geeky sarong on a tropical beach planet. [click to continue…]
Japanese company col realizes that people can’t resist dressing up their pets, and acted accordingly by releasing a “Neko Muffler”, or cat scarf that will keep your cat fashionable throughout the winter. [click to continue…]
Etsy seller MinkuLUL sells stunning hand painted silk scarves. We’ve featured some of her work in the past, but this new Totoro version really caught our eye thanks to the in-progress shot below. [click to continue…]
On a sunny winter day with snow on the ground, you’ll be a blinding beacon of magnificence while wearing the metallic mermaid infinity scarf. I’m thinking you should wear a sparkly crown to complete the look. [click to continue…]
Ravelry’s Tania Richter has put a new twist on the MKAL (mystery knit along) with “Yarn Quest 2017: Heroes of Yarnia”. [click to continue…]
Wearing the Star Wars opening crawl is something we’ve seen before, but this opening crawl infinity scarf is a first—officially anyway. There are versions based on both The Empire Strikes Back and Return Of The Jedi.
Currently, there’s only concept art, but it gives you a general idea. They’re estimated for a May arrival.
Product Pages: The Empire Strikes Back Opening Crawl Scarf $19.99 / Return of the Jedi Opening Crawl Scarf $19.99
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It may not be as elaborate as these handmade owl scarves, but this Harry Potter Hedwig scarf is officially licensed, comes complete with a Hogwarts acceptance letter and is affordable at $20. [click to continue…]
This Boba Fett Blanket Scarf is big enough to keep you warm on Hoth, but could probably double as a beach blanket on Tatooine. That’s what I call versatile. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Artist Becca Who has transferred her intricate and beautiful art onto fabric to create stunning accessories and clothing that she describes as “a different kind of beautiful”. The vibrant colors and details of her work turn each of her scarves, skirts, bags and ponchos into gorgeous wearable art.
She’s also planning to make her fabric available for purchase, which I’m guessing is pretty exciting for crafty types. Check out more of her designs below. [click to continue…]