Added Dec 30, 2011
London, United K...
I made up four of these for a lady at the markets.
These are extremely simple to make. You’ll need two long scarves of the same size – they don’t even have to have the same design on both if mismatched is what you’re into. All you have to do is to sew one edge of the scarf together and leave a hole at the top large enough for your arm to go through. Do the same to the other scarf, then sew both scarves together about halfway up to join them together. Voila!
I butted my seams together and joined them with a zig-zag stitch, but they can also be joined with a straight stitch, double needles or even hand-sewn together.
silk/viscose scarf, thread
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