Wear It this Weekend: Sewn Scarves

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Sewn Scarve So I’m sitting in my office with the windows open and that crisp fall air is coming in. Ahhhhh. I love this time of year! And what is a perfect fall accessory? Scarves of course! Those of you who don’t do anything with yarn, shouldn’t feel left out. Stafishtaylz has posted her awesome sewn scarves and this is the full tutorial:

I cut a bunch of fabric scraps and sewed them together in a long strip about 60 inches long. I backed that with corderoy of the same length and sewed them together with right sides facing. I left a 3 inch opening on one of the short ends for turning. After I turned them I top stitched all along the edges.

That’s it! That’s all you have to do! Sandwich your fabric right sides together, leave yourself an opening, turn and topstitch. You can totally make that for this weekend! Heck you could probably get a jump on your holiday gifts, too.

You can see the full thread here: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=304813.0

If you make one for this (or any other) weekend, let me know in the comments!

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  1. Stafishtaylz says:

    WOW! Took a look at the front page and there was my project! Thats a first! Yay! Thanks craftster!

  2. hil says:

    This is great! How wide is it?

  3. stafishtaylz says:

    I think I made it 5 inches.

  4. hil says:

    Thanks, I started one before you replied. After I eyeballed it and evened it out with the rotary cutter, it is 5 inches. I still have to do the backing.

  5. DancinInTheDark says:

    I love that! It’s such a cute idea. I would make it this weekend but…I have tons of homework. :'(

  6. lilikindsli says:

    ctyryb I want to say – thank you for this!

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