Depending on where you live, right now, it’s getting either cooler or warmer. I’m back in London so scarfs and gloves are at the top of my drawer. Do you know how easy it is to make a scarf? This is the easiest scarf ever. No machines or skills required.
All you need is a piece of fabric. It has to fit around your neck. Once, twice, it doesn’t matter. Or find a scarf you particularly like and measure it to get the size you prefer.
My scarf is 80 centimetres x 220 centimetres. It’s a soft, light piece left over from some curtains I made. But it still has a bit of bulk. Ideally you will cut just enough for your scarf when you buy your fabric. Or use up left over fabric. If the edges are a bit skew then trim to create nice straight sides.
Then you will need to fray the edges a bit. Use either a knife point or a pin to loosen threads and pull them out. keep pulling until you have a fringe around the edges.
Once you’re done creating a fringe around the edge, you’re scarf is complete.
Have a great green week.