- 1--14x55" rectangle of fabric
Assemble the Scarf:
1. Fold the rectangle in half lengthwise with right sides (printed sides) together; pin in place.
2. Sew along the pinned long edge of the rectangle to make a tube. If you're using plush fabric like we are, see below for how to sew on plush.
3. Turn the tube right side out.
4. Pick up one end of the tube and flip it over, creating a twist.
5. Fold the tube in half by turning one end wrong side out and pulling it over the opposite end until the short ends are aligned (Diagram 1).
6. Sew around the short ends, leaving a 4" opening for turning (Diagram 2).
7. Turn the scarf right side out through the opening. Hand-sew the opening closed. Wear it hanging down as an accen to your outfit or wrap it around your neck twice to keep warm!
Tips for Working with Plush Fabric:
1. Plush fabric "sheds" when cut. Keep a lint roller handy. Machine-dry the piece to remove the "fluffies."
2. Use a walking foot to prevent the fabric from slipping as you sew straight lines. Walking feet come as attachments on your machine. Reference your machine's manual for how to install it.
3. Use a new needle. Use a stitch length from 3.0 to 3.5 millimeters to keep the seams from puckering.