The stunning fringes on the edges of this scarf are all about pulling the threads out of the flannel with fingers. Plus, the warmth and the cozy texture of the fabric make this one apt and appropriate as a homemade winter accessory. Further, a bit of folding and sewing gets it wear-ready.
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All you are going to need is some balls of thick yarn, a large crochet hook and you creative arms to whip this prettiness up! Its more like a cowl when finished and steals the show with its super soft and cozy touch. Learn the knitting technique with The DIY Mommy.
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Two different-colored fabrics twisted, turned and entangled with each other form the building blocks of this DIY double scarf. The best part here is that you dont need to go for any complicated tools to get the hand-knitting affair done with just a few knots.
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Who said that scarves were only meant for the winters? This uber cool summer accessory that doubles up as a shawl is something you must try your hands on. The supplies include cotton gauze or loose weave/knit fabric, embroidery floss and a few pom pom balls for the accents.
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Despite the fact that the circle scarf is whipped up with four different fabrics, its surprisingly light to wear. It doesnt call for anything else other than a sewing machine and a pair of scissors to get started with the steps shared by Sincerely Kinsey in the below tutorial.
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Havent got a sewing machine? This jersey lace scarf comes to your rescue as all it takes is cutting the fabrics into a few pieces, folding them and hand-sewing them in just a matter of few minutes. The way the lace connects the two fabrics together is no less than spectacular.
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How winsome is this? That chevron print worked up on this DIY scarf is the end results of some clever stamping. Whats used as the stamping block here is a piece of wood cut into the desired shape, dipped in paint, and placed on the fabric to get the marvellous chevron print done.
DIY Details : bywilma
If nothing appeal you more than a delicate-looking piece of looking, this inspiration is surely going to come to your delight. The key is to ruffle the stitches along the edges of the fabric, and the intricate-looking effect comes to life within minutes of work.
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Combining lace and voile in one single piece of attire, this custom dyed ruffle scarf is a homemade dying deal. You make the ruffled borders from scratch using a few lace strips and triangles, attaching them to the voile fabric with a few easy-to-make stitches, advancing towards the custom dying.
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Transform your old t-shirts into brand new scarves in no more than 3 easy-to-follow steps. Once you cut the shirt horizontally below the sleeves, you stretch the fabric to make the ends where you cut roll in on themselves. And, its already time to style it and get wrapped in some coziness!
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That layered, accessorized look of the chic scarf is brought by attaching pretty lace strips in a contrasting color to the fabric to its edges, further adding more trims throughout the scarf. Bright red and white are perhaps, the most magical combination for the design.
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Lots of round, bright gold studs spruce up a simple scarf with a whole lot of edginess. Plus, its worked up using an old t-shirt, proving to be as inexpensive as its wonderful to donn. Make sure you fold down the sharp points of the studs using scissors before actually wearing it.
DIY Details : mariajustdoit.blogspot
The beautiful hair-braiding technique seems to have stepped onto fabric accessories as well! This braided layered scarf is a perfect example of the same. Make as many braid ropes on the scarf as you like using the individual strips made into the fabric, finishing up the look with a lace strip on the neck.
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A fabric, some lace and thread are the three readily available supplies that go into the making on a wonderful lace tipped scarf that has been inspired by a $1100 scarf in stores. The lace is sewed with a part of its design on the jersey, and further cut in a way to reveal the design.
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Put together with two different colors or prints of fleece, this stunning scarf is made to reverse and complement your attire. Calling for the most basic of sewing, the scarf is easy-to-make and makes a true statement when worn. Check out the steps as shared by Rosyscription.
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Simple yet stylish is the phrase for polka dot! Even better when it comes printed on a beautiful infinity scarf. You need an old t-shirt, a foam pouncer, metallic gold paint, some tape and a pair of scissors to make it all by yourself, that too almost effortlessly.
DIY Details : sugarandcloth
The knotted fringes lining this scarf are a completely to-die-for deal! And yes, its actually that old tee lying in your closet that gets the effect going. You dont even need to pick the needle or sewing machine to whip it up simply cut, fold and make loads of knots, and voila!
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As glorious as a necklace, this one can jazz up a regular outfit to work with so much more splendour when wrapped around the neck. Actually, its a cuff made from crochet, and lots of knit jersey fabric that you creatively braid and tied into the cuff that you just made. You also need, yarn thread, scissors, crochet hook, needle, and hair bands.
DIY Details : 1dogwoof
As the title suggests, this guide takes you through two different versions of a scarf thats actually made using the leftover bottom half of an old t-shirt. While one of them is kept a bit subtle, the other gets a dash of charm with lots of pom poms in coordinating color tied to the scarf using strings. The long fringes on both the versions are the icing on the cake.
DIY Details : wobisobi.blogspot
No matter how complicated this one looks, its actually super easy to pull off, that too without even calling for any sewing or stitching. Connecting loads of ringlets together to accomplish a complete scarf, this fall-perfect accessory is yet again, made with a few old t-shirts that come in colors that compliment each other, along with a pair of scissors.
DIY Details : kevinandamanda
If you havent got much time to make a new scarf from the very scratch, heres what you can do to add new life into a pre-existing one, making it work like an infinity scarf. The supplies you need are a few colorful buttons, a pair of scissors, a needle and some thread. The buttons sewed on one end of the scarf make work amazingly well for the restyling.
DIY Details : mariatorti.blogspot
Ordinary elements like a strip of leather and some broken pieces of jewelry work wonders to make a simple scarf an extraordinary something! Its about upcycling a t-shirt into a bunch of cotton strands and tying them together with a leather strip, while turning a few selective strands into braids would make the scarf even more whimsical.
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While some of the scarves are hand-sewn, the others call for little or no sewing at all. No matter whats the technique, each of the DIY scarves is super quick to make for yourself and match all your outfits, or as a gift for someone special. This one can be just as easily sewn by hand and it takes very little time to make it.