Step 5: Turn inside out

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.
<p>Loved! Tks for sharing!</p>
Wow... people are soooo creative!
This is really cool! 4*
read that about 10 times and i think i finally understand :) can't wait to try!
i am so sorry! i know the instructions aren't that easy to follow because of my bad writing!
Great work, both at making the scarf and at saving all that money! I'm sure I have some t-shirts around I could use - ones that I don't wear anymore but the fabric's too nice to use as a rag just yet.... must go check the cupboards!!
would love to see how the scarf looks when it's made with fabric in funky prints! :D
Just got done with the first 2 I am gifting. Got a few more colors coming as well.
the colours look fab! i'd totally wear BOTH the pink and black scarves together at the same time! :D
this scarf is awesome <br>;)
This is a great idea! Thank you for sharing.
Looks like I have a last minute project for xmas gifts for my female friends. Great work!
that is a really cute scarf!!! it would make great xmas gifts !!!!
thank you! :)

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