Donna's Dozen: Sashay Twelve Different Ways
Today I wanted to introduce you to a whole new way to look at Boutique Sashay. You have probably seen and most likely made the ruffle scarves, but wait until you see what else you can do with this versatile yarn. I hope you enjoy the twelve different ways to use Sashay.
Check out these knots!
This is a clever way to use Sashay and no tools are required. Check out the pdf pattern for step-by-step photos.
With only two different colors of Sashay you can create this beautiful necklace. This design was finished using Boutique Sashay Metallic, but you can customize by using any of our Boutique Sashay products.
Do you have a plain colored pillow laying around the house? With four balls of Sashay you can bring it to life again. It’s a fun and inexpensive way to dress up a pillow and a room.
If you’ve been invited to a party, we have a ruff for you. We launched this at Halloween, but the possibilities for use are endless. I can see it being worn at New Year’s, Mardi Gras or with a little black dress.
We know little girls love their 18” dolls so we used Boutique Sashay Mini to create this Summertime Frills design. This is sure to bring a smile to her face any time of the year. I think I will make four of these in different colors and call it “All Season” Frills.
Put your talent to good use by making yourself or a friend this splendid bag. In no time you could have a one-of-a-kind bag by mixing up the colors.
Can you say precious? This is a must for any little girl. She will just love the ruffles to add that special flare to her skirt. I predict a smile and a hug from your sweet little one.
What is your favorite sport? No matter what team you follow most people support them by wearing the team colors. This catchy little scarf can be finished in just minutes. All you have to do is hand chain and tie it off. So simple that I have done it with my eyes closed.
Do you have a necklace laying around that you haven’t worn in a while? Make something old new again just by adding a short piece of Sashay through the chains. Change out the colors and you could have a matching necklace for everything in your wardrobe.
by Donna Stinson