There are few things I love more than a warm blanket and a scarf.
I like to use these two items in tandem, whether they’re just a piece of fabric or a fabric you need to knit yourself, as I’m sure you can imagine.
So, when I was in need of a scarf to wear for a big day of my wedding, I needed to make a scarf that could be worn while in a hurry, as the next few days would be the busiest time of the year.
To make a simple, yet functional scarf, you’ll need:You’ll need a wool scarf.
A wool scarf can be made from any length of yarn, but it usually ends up being thicker and heavier.
A long scarf will be more manageable.
A wide scarf is the best, since it allows you to wrap the ends of the scarf around yourself when you’re finished knitting it.
If you’re not sure what length you need, you can always measure yourself to figure out.
A scarf that’s about 4 inches wide, for example, can be a bit tricky to make.
The fabric you’ll use for your scarf will need to be a mix of wool and acrylic yarns, since acrylic yarn is less stretchy than wool.
You’ll also want to make sure that you have enough of the yarn for a full length scarf.
I started by cutting a couple lengths of wool in the shape of the word “RUN.”
Then, I knit it up with a small hook to create a long scarf, using the same yarn and the same hook as the length of my wool scarf, so that I could stitch on the ends to keep them from coming loose while knitting.
Then, I wrapped the ends around myself while I knit, and then folded them back over.
After this was done, I put the scarf on and took it out of the machine.
As the scarf was being knit, I took the hook out and put it into a machine for the finishing touch.
With the final scarf in hand, I could begin sewing on the finished scarf.
Once I had the finished piece, I pulled it through my fingers, and carefully tied it into an oval shape.
Then I cut the scarf to a length that I thought I could make the scarf into, and I knitted it.
I started with a short section of the top of the hat that I used to keep it from getting too messy when I wore it out, and worked my way through to the end.
Once I got it to the right length, I slipped it onto a hook and worked the stitches into it until I got the whole thing to my desired shape.
I then added a scarf arm and added some ribbing to the ends for a hat that looked like it was going to fit nicely in my hair.
Once the scarf had all been finished, I gave it a few stitches on the hook and began weaving it into the back of my head.
The final step was to tie a knot around the inside of the head, as a way to keep the scarf in place while I wrapped my hair around it.
Now that I know what to do when I need to make something a little more special, it’s time to get out my sewing machine and start sewing up some fun stuff!