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The scarf I made is based on the one worn by Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor in the British Sci-Fi series Doctor Who. This oversized, multicolored scarf ...
-a pattern (from this website) -7 sweaters, one for each color* -thread -sewing machine -hand sewing needles -embroidery floss -iron -ruler -chalk *notes on choosing sweaters: -when I ...
The measurements for each colour on the pattern I used were all in units of knitting rows, not inches. I added up all the rows in the scarf. ...
For this scarf I used a 1/2" seam allowance. Use a zig-zag stitch for the entire scarf because the thread is less likely to break as the material ...
Blocking is a technique that I am new to but it came in handy for this project. Blocking is the process by which you stretch a knit fabric ...
After many, many rows of stitching, you will have two identical 13-foot-long pieces of scarf. Lay the pieces one over the other, right sides together. Make a chalk ...
The tassels on either end of the scarf consist of all seven colours. Normally these would be made out of whatever yarn you're using to make the scarf, ...
All those pieces (14 per tassel) probably won't fit through even the biggest needle. Instead, use a sewing awl to make a hole where you want the tassel. ...
And you're done! Enjoy!
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