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The great thing about this project is that you can use any combination of colors and yarn textures you can come up with; I have listed what I ...
Clear a space, preferably on a table that will accommodate the length of your scarf. For an 8 ft scarf, cut one piece of Solvy Stabilizer that is ...
Starting in the very center of the scarf, place three pins across the width of the scarf. Moving out from the center in both directions, place three pins ...
See drawing A. Starting in the very center of the scarf, sew across the width. When you reach the edge, sew three back stitches and then three forward ...
After you have about two feet sewn, you can completely ditch the pins if you would like. As long as the yarns where you are sewing are straight, ...
When the middle section of the scarf (all but 1 ft on each end) are done, it will look like this.
For the ends of the scarf we will use the Solvy in a slightly different way. Instead of running it with the grain of the yarns, for the ...
You will now have a scarf that has just several inches of yarns hanging off each end. Cut another piece of Solvy that is about 14” long and ...
See drawings B & C. Keep going, you’re almost done! Starting at one end, in a large zig-zag pattern, sew up the entire length of the scarf, making ...
When you have the entire thing sewn, it is time to dissolve the Solvy. Fill a large sink or bathtub with luke warm water (too hot might cause ...
Hang the scarf to dry. It's ready to wear!
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