First: Gather your supplies. You will need:
- A sewing machine
- 1/2 yard of Jersey Knit material
(Make sure it is Knit so your material sides don't frey)
- matching thread
- A measuring tape
Second: Fold your material in half for easy cutting.
Make sure you have folded so you have 1/2 a yard (18 inches)
And cut off 2 inches at the end.
Third: Cut the remaining 16 inches in half.
You should have two 8 inch pieces and one 2 inch piece.
Fourth: Take your 2 inch piece and cut it into seven 8 inch sections.
Fifth: Fold your 8 inch sections in half for easy cutting...
Sixth: ... then cut in half.
Seventh: Cut those two pieces in half.
You should end up with 28 1/2 inch pieces.
Eighth: Pin 7 strips onto each end of your 8 inch pieces.
The strips will roll up so make sure you pin them with them rolling up.
Ninth: Sew one straight line across each strip.
Do this for each of the four ends.
(You can see that I cut my scarf piece a little crazy -
No worries - It still works and still looks great!)
Tenth: Sew the both pieces together all the way around.
Remember - this is a shabby little scarf so sew it with the right sides out
and let the edges roll just a tiny bit.
I used the edge of my "foot" to measure and keep me straight.
Eleventh: Trim any loose threads.
Note: These are just basic instructions - if you would like your scarf longer or your shabby pieces a bit bigger, use more fabric and make it the way you would like!
Found this idea here.