So fall is right around the corner here in western Pennsylvania and if you're anything like me that means sweaters, boots, and scarves. Alright I could probably wear scarves anytime during the year, but not the one that I've recently had my eye on. I really don't have the time to do a craft project right now with school taking over my life but when I heard that the Pintester was doing another Pintester Movement I decided that school work and real life could wait, I mean this is the Pintester and all. Seriously though if you haven't checked out her blog you are really missing out, it's the best thing since sliced bread and I love me some sliced bread
I found the original idea for this scarf over at LittleTreasures blog and immediately fell in love with it, the reason being: EASY!! I love anything that involves minimal effort and looks like I spent weeks or hours on it, it makes me look much better at crafts than I really am! Alright so let's get this party started.
- Determine the width you want your scarf to be. Mine is about 5 inches wide.
- Gather yarn in groups and sew down the center, making sure you hold onto the bundles tightly. If you don't have a nice bundle your scarf won't be very fluffy which would mean you failed.
- Keep sewing until you have the desired scarf length and backstitch at the end of the scarf.
- Wear your scarf like a boss.
Overall, I believe it would be considered a success. We'll see how it fairs when I wear it out in public.
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