Need a new scarf? Or maybe a quick gift for a loved one? Check this out – time to sew up a wool scarf for the winter. Let’s get sewing.
What You Need
- wool fabric – once piece cut 13 inches wide by 72-86 inches long (depends on height)
- matching thread
First – be sure your fabric is pre washed. Is it soft enough for a scarf? If so, you’re ready to roll.
Cut it out (I used a rotary cutter so the edges were nice and sharp looking) and top stitch with 1/4 inseam on each of the long ends –
Next step – measure 5 inches up from each end – top stitch across the width of the scarf.
Cut the fringe right up to the top stitch line, yet be sure not to cut the stitch. Cut the fringe evenly – each one about 1/4 of an inch.
The fringe is the best part – be sure to cut it carefully.
So many ways to wear it.
Bundle up and stay warm – it’s pretty cold out there.
Thanks for visiting.