|The name should be obvious from the pattern. Looks like a 60's stained glass window. The scarf is also known as the Deb Menz scarf. Back in April, I and a couple fiber friends visited her studio, and had great fun plying with color for a weekend. So all of the squares (and rectangles) were hand spun, and all of them share a common single. You can hardly tell that though, but I think it contributes to how well all of the squares lay together.|
I used 4x4, 2x2 and 2x6 Weavette looms, and single crocheted the squares together with a drk brown yarn I spun. Using single crochet instead of a slip stitch to join gave the scarf a nice three dimensional look as the squares are somewhat recessed. I didn't really have a pattern for the squares. When all of the squares were woven, I just layed them out on the floor and built the scarf haphazardly. Sometimes I swapped one color for another to balance it a little, but that's it. Hope you enjoy!