The handspun warp I wound and wove off last winter, the one in denim blues, has now found its purpose.
It became a jacket.
It has a regular collar on one side that morphs into a scarf on the other side. The idea is to throw the scarf portion over the opposite shoulder ---
--- creating a bit of a cowl look at the front.
I used the fringe from both ends of the woven yardage across the back of the shoulders.
The pieced sleeves feature deep, turned back cuffs.
It's just the way it worked out, but I'm glad that the softest bits, woven in handspun merino and silk, ended up in the cuffs and the collar.
I'm not sure what I'll do with this as denim blue is not a great colour on me. Perhaps it will be sold.