Added Sep 8, 2008
1. DIVIDE AND CUT THE FABRIC:
Divide and cut/rip the fabric in two or three equal parts length-wise depending upon what width of scarf you like. I usually wear 19-20 inches wide scarves so I divide a 44” wide fabric into two.
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