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A Guide To Skinny Scarves

Crafting Time:
  • Under 1 Hour
Skill Level:
  • Beginner
Project Courtesy of: Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores

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Look what you can do with a 1/4 yd!

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    Look what you can do with a 1/3 yd!
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    Look what you can do with a 1/2 yd!
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    • Select a fabric that does not ravel, straighten the edges, cut in half lengthwise and HeatnBond or fabric glue two short ends together.
    • This fabric is Scuba.
    • This fabric is a silky print that bleeds through and looks about the same on both sides.

    • Tip: A rotary cutter, mat and ruler make the job quick and neat.

    • Cut lace following the design along the edges. It’s quick and easy.
    • Cut the fabric in half lengthwise, sew the short ends together, fold in half lengthwise right sides together and sew the raw edges leaving an opening for turning.
    • Turn, press, sew the opening closed.

    • Select a silky knit, straighten the edges, cut in half lengthwise and HeatnBond or fabric glue two short ends together.
    • The silky print bleeds through and looks about the same on both sides.
    • Tip: Try different ways to wear your scarf.
    • Cut the fabric in half lengthwise, sew the short ends together, fold in half lengthwise and sew the raw edges leaving an opening for turning.
    • Turn, press, sew the opening closed.
    • Tip: Cut the ends at an angle for added interest.

    • Select a fabric that does not ravel, straighten the edges, cut in half lengthwise and HeatnBond or fabric glue two short ends together.
    • The silky print bleeds through and looks about the same on both sides.
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