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Whether as a scarf, arm or bag jewelry: Small silk scarves in a pattern mix may now be missing in any outfit. We show you here in this tutorial how to step-by-step make this versatile fashion accessory. Whether you wear it in your hair, on your wrist, or tied to your bag – this small silk scarf packs a stylish punch to your attire.

Tie Streetstyle


These little silk scarves are seen all over the fashionable streets of Paris worn as wrist ties and purse accessories.

Tie MATERIALS


+ Silk in different designs
+ Yarn
+ Patchwork ruler
+ Beveler
+ Fabric marking pen
+ Scissors
+ Pins
+ Hand sewing needle
+ Sewing machine
+ Point turner
+ Thread

Tie Steps 1 2


Step 1: Cut one strip of fabric (83 × 12 cm) out of the two silk fabrics. The seam allowance is already included here!

Step 2: Place both strips of fabric together right to right. Be careful, the silk is very delicate.

Tie Steps 3 4


Step 3: Beveling corners: Mark 1 cm seam allowance on the short side and draw an oblique line approx. 6.5 cm away from it. Repeat mirror-inverted on the other short side.

Step 4: Stitch around at 1 cm with a small stitch length. Leave an opening of approx. 7 cm on one side in the middle and sew the ends well. Here the cloth is turned later.

Tie Steps 5 6


Step 5: Carefully cut back seam allowances and all four corners.

Step 6: Then the cloth is turned to the right side.

Tie Steps 7 8


Step 7: Carefully work all corners with an edge former.

Step 8: Now iron the cloth flat. If necessary, use a pressing cloth.

Tie Step 9


Step 9: Finally close the turning opening by hand.

FINISHED: Tie around your wrist or your favorite purse for a pop of color!

Happy DIYing!

2 Comments

  • Missing

    Oct 9, 2018, 02.00 PMby bethcot

    I just love silk scarfs. They are so trendy now. Just navigate to this web-site and look at this variety of silk scarfs. Also, thank you for this DIY.

  • Purplefan_large

    Sep 30, 2018, 08.18 PMby purplefan

    Thanks for the DIY! Have some silk or silky fabric pieces too small for garments but they are too beautiful to toss out.

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