Washed-silk Yo-yo Scarf - Artisans in rural Thailand use silk left over from the making of ceremonial and festive clothing to create this one-of-a-kind yo-yo scarf. Each piece begins as a circle of fabric, which is hand-sewn into a three-dimensional “bud” and then connected edge to edge. No two scarves will be exactly alike. - For sale on the National Geographic website for $49 - Each scarf has approximately 320 yoyos
Beginning to make these. They are cute and easy.
Yo-Yo Pillows-Great beginning sewing project to do with the kids!