I chained 220 with a 7mm hook (I always, always use a hook two sizes up for a foundation chain when I'm making a scarf - it stops that annoying curve) and then, using a 6mm hook, simply worked half trebles (half doubles US) in the back loops.
The black choker has undoubtedly been this year’s coolest accessory worn by models and bloggers alike, but if feels a bit too edgy to pull off – more Camden than classy – there’s a new, grown-up way to wear the style. A styling hack that makes a big impact, layering the look will make it chicer, softer and you’ll earn serious cool-girl points. Make like Pandora Sykes et al by teaming luxe gold necklaces with a cheap and cheerful black choker to breathe new life into the look.
This is an Arashi Shibori Pleated Scarf made by Anne Selby. It's made up from six layers of lightweight silk and is called 'Peacock Stole'. To make the pleats Anne Selby steams and dry's the fabric. This piece stood out to me so much because it resembles peacock feathers so well. This really is a great fusion of textiles and technology because the balance is perfect.