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Fabulously Soft Minky Scarves

If you haven't experienced minky you are missing out!
This fabric is so scrumptious and fabulously soft.
You will love it!

Contact me to orders yours.
These make great Christmas gifts for anyone.
Zebra w/black trim
Flower $6.00

Black Damask w/black trim
Flower $6.00

Lavender Tatoo w/black trim

Cream Swirl
Flower $6.00

Dark Chocolate Swirl

Brown Swirl

Black Swirl

Purple Swirl


Unknown said…

These scarves look fabulous! My favorite one is the cream with the black flower.

Nancy said…
Oh, I want to win!!! Love these yummy scarves. I really like all of them but I think I would get the most use out of the black swirl.
Thks for the giveaway!
XO Nancy
Melissa said…
What fun! I love each of the scarves, but if I had to choose only one, I would pick the Black Damask - I love patterns! I will keep my fingers crossed - I know Lauren is too, because she will "long term borrow, with no intent at return", as soon as it is brought into the house!
Talk with you soon,
helser said…
I love these! My favorite must be the zebra. Classy and fun at the same time. Super cute!
They are all adorable but the cream swirl is absolutely amazing!
Love them all but cream swirl is my absolute fav!!! Love your stuff Kelly!
LOVE them all but my favorite is the damask!!! I miss seeing you at classes!
They are all ADORABLE!! Too hard to choose... I think I would use the brown or the cream one most! You are so talented!
Stephanie said…
I want to play :) Love them all! It's hard to choose though. Love the chocolate swirl because it would match a lot that I have (but also in love with the zebra for how fun it is!).
LOVE LOVE LOVE the damask--and everything else you do!!!
Amy said…
Dark Chocolate Swirl! Love that you are doing a give away and Love the scarves!!!!

~ Amy
Anonymous said…
I love them all but I'll chose the black Damask one. Brisa is so excited to see if we win!
Krysta said…
Pick Me, Pick Me! I love the bright Purple minky scarf. Love you, Krysta
Bastian Family said…
they are really cute! Dark Chocolate swirl would look great on me.
Jen said…
Love the Black Swirl- Love my damask one and get so many compliments!!
Do you have RED?! If I had to choose from those I would have to say that I love the Black Damask. They are all AMAZING just like YOU.
sista # 2 said…
Choices!Choices!Love #1 and #2
Natalie said…
I like them all, but would probably chose the dark chocolate brown one.
Alene said…
Kelly! Your scarves are amazing! I love the cream scarf with the black flower the best but they are all beautiful!
The Cream Swirl looks absolutely luscious!
AZ Bunkers said…
Wow! I love theme all! It's hard to pick just one. My daughter would say the purple swirl, but I think the cream swirl would go with everything so that is my pick!


Caitlyn Burke said…
Kelly, can I choose them all?? just sayin... I think I would love the damask w the red flower cause those are my favorite colors... I love the way you decorated the studio too! Denise (using caitlyn's account)
Caitlyn Burke said…
Can I choose them all?? just sayin... love the damask or the black swirl! thanks for the fun give away, studio looks great too! denise (signing in w caitlyn's acc)
Susan said…
The Black Damask w/black trim is gorgeous.
kristen said…
The Black Damask w/black trim is really cute.
intime said…
i love the Cream Swirl
MaryEllen said…
Those are so soft. You want to snuggle them around your neck.

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