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I got the XL Men’s tee from a discount store for just $2. The scarf was inspired by the Knotted Loop Scarf by Country Road. It costs 69.95AUD! ...
Cut your tee according to the picture. A and B should be about the same width and C is from the sleeves. One tee will yield 2 As, ...
Get A and open it up. There should be an open side where the C/the sleeves were cut off. Fold A into half, lengthwise, with the RIGHT side ...
Put the 2 pieces of A together, with the RIGHT side of the fabric facing each other and so that the ====, ++++ and .... are in line ...
Fold the piece lengthwise such the ++++ side meets with the …. side with the RIGHT side of the fabric facing each other. The picture shows only one ...
Turn this long piece of 2 As inside out and you will get a long tube of fabric with all the clean seams on the outside.
Get C and cut the seams so that it opens up as shown in the picture.
Get one C and one B. Line the sides ==== and ++++ together, with the RIGHT side of the fabric facing each other. Sew ==== and ++++ together. ...
You will get 2 long strips of fabric as shown in the picture, each made from B&C. Lie the 2 B&C strips on top of one another, RIGHT ...
Tie 3 knots in tube A, where the second knot is right in the middle of the tube. Tie 2 knots in tube B&C, such that the knots ...
Holding the 2 ends of the tube together, try and see how it looks on your neck. Adjust how you want the 2 layers to look before sewing ...
It’s ok if the edges of the ends are not exactly together. That was also what happened to mine.
Fold/Roll the ends neatly into half, as shown in the picture.
Now, the final piece! Get D, open it up and cut it as shown in the picture to get a small rectangular piece of fabric.
Join the ends of the 2 layers together, and then wrap it using D. You may want to fold the raw edges of D inwards as you wrap ...
Sew it in place! You may want to do hand sewing for this last step instead as the fabric gets really thick here and you may want to ...
OMG we’re finally done. Take a break because I know the steps are really confusing!
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