Took this photo, of a photo on the wall at the Spa Theatre. It must have been a really impressive place in its hey day, full of light and an important and popular venue.
Even before it's quite recent make over, it was always a well used and much loved part of Bridlington and its very much a part of the community, social and arts scene now.
I sneaked this next pic through a door of that same area and there were dancers being assessed on their performance by judges on the stage...........a little reminiscent of this very picture!
Similar yes but I cant help but think it was probably grander as it once was.
I also made a couple more head huggers with recycled wool from a charity shop.
Though why I felt compelled to buy the odd balls when I've so much already ............ I can only think it was the mix of colours I stumbled on, that inspired me to mix them altogether lol
The one on the left is twisted at the front, rather like head squares were when worn as turbans in the 40s....
and the other looks nothing like anything at all, scrunched up like that...what was I thinking lol
It's actually a rib strips band with a big flower attached.
Which when knotted together here and there, might make a passable scarf for a wild young thing.
But if not, they can be untied I suppose and individual lengths used to tie up misbehaving kids, errant boyfriends or for lassoing hobgoblins even...
They'd make reasonable belts to keep your jeans up or wrap round, head bands too I suppose...
A multi functional scarf.......who'd have thought it! lol
It would work fab as rug wouldn't it too, all stitched together, plait style in an oval................now there is a thought !
Of course, maybe every radiator should have its own scarf this season.......
I cant take credit for the scarf-ish idea, I'm sure I've seen one like it somewhere online - some when or other.
So if anyone knows that its a particular designers idea, by all means tell me and I can credit them with the original idea!
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I learn summat new every day................... and that is todays gem!