Arnold’s Scarf

October 13, 2016

EUROFLAX MINI-SKEINS

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We’ve loved Euroflax linen yarn forever, and are thrilled to offer it in mini-skein sets. Each pack contains five 65-yard skeins, in colorways chosen by the tastefullest person we know, Melanie Falick. O the possibilities!

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23 Comments
  • Fantastic

  • Now, this is why I have read this blog from your first day! Love it!

  • This is so great! I was thinking about this scarf a few weeks back. I remember reading something about it, but am not sure where (was it that EZ wrote about it years back in Vogue Knitting?). Anyway, thanks so very much for this Meg, and for bringing it to us Ann and Kay.

    (BTW, was one of these pictures ever available as a postcard? I seem to remember something about it, but am not sure).

    • I think Schoolhouse Press still sells both images as post cards – it has been in their catalogue.

  • The idea that they even thought to try it on that way! This tickles me no end. And I too have seen it before. Ha ha ha ha ha.

  • So fun to read. Looking forward to more from Meg.

  • It would be impossible to choose a favorite MDK post, but this one has to be in the top 10. Thanks for starting my day with laughter.

  • Love it!

  • Who would’ve thought a scarf could be so sexy?

  • Best. Scarf. Ever!

  • I’ve seen the snaps before but had never heard the story – delightful! Love the closing line.

  • I love this story and can just hear Meg telling it. Thank you for a very bright spot in the day!

  • I knew EZ was a genius, but a scarf that can be used as a sheath dress? WOW!

  • Fantastic!

  • L O V E this !

  • Just great!

  • Great story !

  • Oh the fine variances in tone of a ‘real’ photograph!

  • I love this so much. Brilliant.

  • Haha! I can imagine the sly grin on Arnold’s face each time he wore that scarf after that! Well, if he were anything like my dad, anyway. 🙂

  • Your blog is fresh. I love this story about the striped scarf. Is it in pattern form somewhere?

  • Love these photos! Schoolhouse Press sells (or used to) postcards of the second photo.

  • That’s creative people thinking out of the box for you!