Poles Apart is woven using three warp yarns of different weights and materials. The feature yarn is a beautiful wool/silk blend, spun by a local fibre artist from recycled sari silk and wool. The weft is simple black linen, with flashes of cotton/stainless steel cobweb-weight yarn to give this warp-emphasis scarf some body.

This piece was woven for the 2014 Geelong Scarf Festival theme of “Divinely wicked or devilishly good?”

  • Detail: Handwoven scarf in black and white with a hint of pink.
  • Materials: Linen and cotton/stainless steel weft, silk/wool, wool/acrylic, and 100% wool yarns used in the warp.
  • Availability: One of a kind, for sale at the Geelong Scarf Festival.