You want textures. You got it!
Remember that plain looking peachy scarf you saw about a week ago? This is how it looks like now. Blame my curiousity, for days I comtemplated whether to felt it or just call it good. I guess my other side was not satisfy with it being so plain afterall. Over the weekend, I got a bag of those glass pebbles and started experiment with shibori felting technique. Fifteen minutes later into the felting process, half of those glass pebbles came off and most of the intended area didn't even get felted. I was sweaty and a little disapointed. I don't know why it never dawned on me that I should probaby test felt a swatch instead of jump right into the process. Fortuitously, it was not completely ruined. I do love how those textures came out. Despite of it being a little weird, it's still soft and wearable.
So, if you plan on trying this felting technique in the future. Please note to secure all your rubber bands tight enough, yet do not ruin the scarf. I know, this is a bit tricky. Make a swatch and test felt it! I can't say enough how many times my project came out awkward because of me being too anxious to see the final result. May be try to use washing machine instead of hand felting. I've read from somewhere that the result might be a lot better. (But don't quote me on that though)
Lastly, if you're have nothing else to do like me and want to knit a plain stockinnete scarf, cast on sixty stitches total on size seven needles and use two balls of Habu silk mohair kusha. I added a cone of white silk stainless steel at each end to give it some color contrast (This is optional if you're afraid of wearing metal). So now, are you curious how it looks on me?