Yesterday I was out shopping and my friend Caitlin spotted these "Twist Scarves" at American Apparel. She fell in love. Super simple, super cute, super ridiculously priced. $15 for some fabric with a piece of wire inside of it. So, naturally, I said "Hey! I can make that!"
And I did!
Seriously, this only took about 10 minutes to make. I think I'm going to make a ton of them because they're OH-SO-ADORABLE and make great gifts, too!
Fabric - 36" x 8"
Plastic Coated Steel Wire - 18 Gage - 36" piece (plastic coated is a MUST, otherwise the wire will poke through your fabric)
Sewing machine (you could hand stitch, too.. it'll just take a long long time)
Your fabric should be 4 inches wide when folded in half. I cut a slant on each end, 4" long, 4" tall and gave it an arrow shape.
Sew inside-out, leaving one end up. Turn inside-out to get the pattern on the outside and slide your wire inside (36"). Sew up the end with the machine.
AND VOILA! See how ridiculously easy that was?
I will most likely have one of these scarves to go with every single outfit now. Enjoy and have a wonderful wonderful week! We <3 you!
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