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Snap Scarf

Snap Scarf: 3ten.ca

Snap Scarf

Lululemon sells the scarf for 48$. This one cost 8$. I did a full tutorial a while back on a snap infinity scarf – check it out.

Snap Scarf: 3ten.ca

This scarf has two extra snaps – where did I get that idea from? From Hammers and High Heels blog – turns out our scarf idea is pretty similar! I guess creative minds think alike!

You can see the extra snaps in the first photo – it’s on the top right. The extra snap allows you to drape the scarf and allows it to be more versatile.

Lessons learned from last time – you need to put interfacing on your fabric (on the wrong side, of course) where you’ll be punching the snaps. Oddly enough, the interfacing results in my Wal*Mart snaps to actually work better than last time. Plus, with the interfacing, when you pull on the snap the fabric won’t stretch around the snap, causing it to fall off.

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Hammer time – whack those snaps into place. Don’t be gentle.

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This is such a fun and easy project. Total time was about 1.5 hours. It’ll keep you warm, for sure! Make it out of light jersey for a summer time accessory. Plus, if you can sew, you can make 6 for the cost of one at Lululemon. Now, that’s smart sewing!

Snap Scarf: 3ten.ca

My favourite way to wear it…fanning out at the bottom. I want to keep everything I make – does that happen to you?

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