Hi, Sara here. Sometimes in between larger projects, I like to sew up simple projects to use up scraps and enjoy the satisfaction of starting and finishing a project quickly. Today’s tutorial is for one of those projects, one I like to call The Ring Scarf! I call it The Ring Scarf because it features a little ring that allows you to style the scarf in a variety of ways.
This project takes about 30 minutes from start to finish and is a refreshing addition to your wardrobe, especially in this time mid-season when it feels like winter may never end. Depending on how it’s styled, the ring scarf can look so different – I highly recommend it! This simple project is scrap-friendly and works with any lightweight fabric.
Alright, before I go any further, here’s the link the sleeve hack tutorial part 1. & 2
http://sewingtherapy.net/oversized-gathered-sleeve-hack (This link is part 2)
So, I strongly recommend watching video if you have things that you couldn’t understand.
My sewing machine
Bernette B38 Swiss Design Computerized Sewing Machine
LDH Scissors and thread snip
Flat Head Pins
Wash-away Wonder Tape
Let’s get started!
30″ x 15″ Rectangle for the Scarf
Fold in half and cut one corner diagonally, measuring 5″ from the open end
After cutting, your fabric should look like this
4″ x 4″ Square for the Ring
Fold in half and sew the long edge RST (Right Side Together)
Open the seam and press
Turn right side out and press
Fold in half to meet the raw edges together and baste
This little piece will play a big role in your Ring Scarf
Pin the Ring on the center of the short edge of the Scarf
Fold the Scarf in half again and pin all the edges RST
Mark the opening
Sew along the edges leaving he opening
Clip the corners to reduce bulk
Turn the Scarf right side out
Give it a good press
Edgestitch the opening
*You can also hand stitch the opening closed using a ladder stitch
*Try different lengths, widths, and materials
For me, part of the joy of sewing is finishing and wearing my handmade garments. If any of you are feeling stuck, I highly encourage you to take on a small, easy, and quick project like this Ring Scarf to reset yourself so that you can continue sewing your works in progress with energy and joy. I hope you enjoyed the tutorial for this simple but highly satisfying project! See you in the next post!
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All the fabrics I use are from either Dailylike Canada or Two O Nine Fabric Studio.
Dailylike Canada http://www.dailylike.ca
Two O Nine Fabric Studio https://twooninefabric.ca/
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