Undulating Twill Silk Scarf
This silk scarf is an easy 8-shaft weaving project. The undulating twill is a simple pattern with a 24-thread repeat in the threading and treadling. If you are comfortable with an 8/2 or finer cotton warp, then you’ll find 20/2 silk equally as nice to work with. This mulberry silk has an elegant sheen and the drape is lovely.
This listing is a download of the PDF pattern and the WIF file.
Structure: Undulating Twill
Sett: 30 epi
Width in Reed: 8.8 inches
Reed: 10 dent (3 ends per dent) or 15 dent (2 ends per dent)
No. Warp Ends: 264
Warp Length: 3 yards
Finished Size: approx. 8X70 plus fringe
Yarns: LoftyFiber 20/2 Mulberry Silk (link)
Shown with LoftyFiber Mulberry Silk with a gold warp and greenish-grey in the weft.