I found this polka dot wool at Mood Fabrics, in NYC, where I used to get all my fabric. I made scarves with it a couple of years ago, and used the last of my stash for these beauties. I handmade the trim from a metallic wool tweed (also from Mood Fabrics); for a graphic border that offsets the polka dots. I love scarves that can be worn multiple ways, and this is one of those. It's a triangle scarf, easy to throw over your shoulders as a shawl, or wrap it around your neck. Experiment wrapping it different ways!
Polka dot triangle scarf with handmade binding. I used the same pattern as my 52" square blanket scarves, but folded the fabric into a triangle before adding the handmade binding. Wool with wool binding.
Scarves are made in limited edition batches! Once sold out, I can't guarantee I will be able to restock. Enjoy!
Here's a look at the process for the binding. Lots of cutting and pressing and using this adorable bias tape machine.