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Let it be known I have a small head. I envy people who can wear berets and crocheted hats. I need something to cover my small head during ...
2 yards of flannel fabric - I chose a really obnoxiously cute pattern, I would recommend you do the same.a yardstick or large measuring tool - quilters tools ...
First, fold your fabric lengthwise in half, right sides together. Press it well on the highest setting (steaming would be good) so you get all the wrinkles out ...
First, cut out the pattern on the lines, making sure to keep both pieces of fabric together.Then, open the fabric and lay it facing right side up. The ...
Place the two halves right sides together and pin around the edges. Sew these two pieces together, keeping the edge of the fabric lined up with the right ...
Make any adjustments you need to. If it seems too long, trim the ends. If the hood feels too big, sew it again a little in from the ...
This is the longest part but it's over before you know it! You'll want the scarf lying wrong side up, and you'll be folding all the edges over ...
This is much quicker than the pressing part. First off all, sew the very ends of the scarf. Make sure you're backstitching on both ends. Then, with the ...
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