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This cowl scarf is so easy to make! I made this one in just a few minutes and it looks so stylish and warm. I had this plaid fabric scrap laying since I made some Christmas stockings with it a few years back. Yes, I said years. Tell me I'm not the only with a fabric stash here ;) 

The plaid has some ivory in it and I thought it would look fabulous with this rose minky fabric
You can use really any fabric for this scarf. Just remember if you use a stretch fabric to use stretch stitches instead of the straight stitch! I like to pair a warm fuzzy fabric for the inside, but that is completely up to you!

I hope you really enjoy this tutorial and let me know what you think of this style in the comments below? Would you wear it? 

Melanie 
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SUPPLIES:

  • 1/4 Yard of Fabric (Outer)
  • 1/4 Yard of Fabric (Lining) 
  • Thread
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First thing you need to do is cut out two rectangles measuring 9" x  32"
You need to do this for each fabric, one for the outer and one for the lining. 
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Lay your two rectangles together right sides facing. Sew down both long edges.
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You should now have a long tube shape, fold it inside itself so that the raw edges are together and you still have a tube that you can put your hand through. 
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Your raw edges should match each other like in the picture!
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Make sure your seams match and sew around.  You should be sewing around the loop and make sure you're only sewing through two layers. Leave a small opening about 3" wide. 
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Turn everything right sides out, pulling it though your opening. 
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Almost done!!
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Sew closed the opening. I just folded the opening together, raw edges folded towards the inside and sewed really close to the edge you can also hand sewing your opening closed. 

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Comments

01/05/2017 9:23pm

That looks so soft and warm! I've got a Craft Gossip post scheduled for tomorrow morning that features your tutorial: http://sewing.craftgossip.com/?p=91145 --Anne

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Melanie
01/06/2017 5:44pm

Thanks for the feature!

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01/22/2017 2:39am

You did a pretty good job there! Nowadays, do it yourself crafts are now a thing. You can exude your creativity in these types of crafts. I have never made a do it yourself scarf, but I was able to do a DIY basket! It was an amazing experience and my coworkers liked it. They even asked me where I bought it. It opened up an opportunity to start a business. It's now a growing business and I'm happy about it! Keep it up!

Many fashion companies offers this type of patterns in cheap price but your service is really appreciable. I must share this article with my friends who are looking fashion blog post to buy some products.

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01/24/2017 8:45pm

The scarf looks really stylish! Well done Melanie! You really nailed this one. Look at the fabric, it looks really soft and smooth. I bet this is really good to wear. The design is really superb! Thank you for the tutorial! I might as well try making this one since my sister will be celebrating her 16th birthday this coming February. I am sure she will love this.

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03/01/2017 11:27am

Do you believe? Just a ten minutes and you are ready to go!

Jolee
01/17/2017 9:08pm

Am always looking for basic fast sewing crafts. Thank You so very much

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Darla L
01/21/2017 7:21pm

I made this scarf last weekend. I used fleece and minky fabrics. It was super easy and your directions were easy to follow. Thank you for this project.

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Juanita
01/22/2017 8:56am

Don't usually wear scarfs, but this one definitely! Plan to make for myself and family. Thank you

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