Ruffle Fabric "Magic" Diagonal Scarf
Using 2" Ruffle Fabric
PLEASE NOTE: THE PRINTED RUFFLES ARE NOT MEANT FOR THIS TUTORIAL- THEY WILL BE PARTLY UPSIDE DOWN...
Follow these easy steps:
1. Visualize the finished scarf. Choose and cut the width and length desired. The length of your fabric must be a multiple of the width.
2. We used our 2" blush ruffle. We cut 6 ruffles wide (about 8") and two widths (48" each) long. Finished scarf size is 4" wide and 76" long.
3. Seam together the two widths of RUFFLES at the short, selvage ends to make one long piece. Sew with the ruffles down, but the last ruffle needs to be bunched up. See bottom ruffle in above photo.
8. Repeat to created the second pointed tip. Fold the opposite direction using corner B to form the second tip of the scarf.
Note the sewn scarf wrong side out (with the opening in the middle). This shows why the original measurement requires the width to be a multiple of the length... the long diagonal seam ends perfectly at the point of the scarf end.
13. Before turning the scarf, you may want to trim the seams at the pointed ends.
14. Turn the scarf through the opening and hand-stitch the opening closed.