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I colori del bosco / The colours of the wood

La lana che ho usato per creare questa sciarpa l'ho trovata in un posto lontano dal mio bosco, un posto molto diverso, che però sento come mio. I colori di questi gomitoli mi hanno colpita subito, mi hanno ricordato la mia casa, e li ho presi senza un progetto preciso, sperando di usarli per qualcosa da indossare nelle mie passeggiate tra le foglie secche e gli alberi spogli. Sono stati un po' nella cesta dei gomitoli, in attesa che io trovassi l'ispirazione per usarli, cosa che è in effetti accaduta. Questo è il risultato, una sciarpa molto lunga, caldissima - quello che ci vuole per andare alla scoperta di nuovi sentieri...

I found the wool that I used to create this scarf in a place far away from my wood, a very different place, where I feel like I belong anyway. These yarns' colours immediately caught my eye, they reminded of my home, and I took them without a project in mind, hoping to use them to make something to wear during my strolling between fallen leaves and bare trees. They dwelled in the wool basket for a while, waiting for my inspiration for a way to use them, which finally came. This is the result: a really long scarf, incredibly warm - just what you need to discover new paths during your walks...


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  1. hai ragione il colore è bellissimo!
    Annamaria

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  2. Hai proprio ragione. E' un colore con sfumature particolari.
    Stefy

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  3. What a wonderful scarf! ♥ Beautiful colors and a great picture, the background's colors are matching so well! I like the way you photograph your works :-)

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