Added Oct 10, 2009
You are almost done! Turn your scarf around, iron the seams, sides and the seam allowance on the open end to the inside of your scarf (photo). Add tassels if you want. Pin and stitch close to the edge. That’s it!
If you find it necessary, you can sew along the seams once more, to sew the two layers of the scarf together. Use contrasting colors if you want, or embroidery stiches. Add applications if you want.
Well, wasn’t this so much faster than knitting?! Enjoy your scarf, show it off! And then make another one with all the great fabrics you couldn’t use in this one… :-)
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