November 15, 2010

studio waterstone tutorial: easiest scarf ever


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Never been one for overly ambitious, tedious tasks. Just ask my family.


Here's what you need:
One skirt
Scissors


Here's what you do:

Lay the skirt out flat with the bottom seams together.
Measure a 15" width and cut straight across.
That's it.

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I now have a LONG 15" wide circle which I begin to wrap around my neck.
Not tight enough to choke.
Not too loose.


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Just right.

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10 comments:

  1. Ooh, I love the handmade scarf! With the way my skills are, though, I'd screw up five skirts before I made one mediocre looking one. Lol.

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  2. Cool, I have some of those skirts. You're keeping that bag, aren't you....LOL!

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  3. great idea..i recently read your tutorial on making a scarf from slacks..i'm ready to cut up everything in my closet and repurpose

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  4. well how easy was that!!!!!!!!


    Janet xox

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  5. Okay, this helps us immensely! We were trying to make a cowl scarf on our girl's weekend, and something just wasn't right. This is the ticket!

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  6. very cool way to make a scarf.. love it.. thanks for sharing.. and I'm totally loving that bag/purse too!

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  7. easy and stylish, gotta love the quick fix! thanks for sharing! susan

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