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Satin Bow Scarf By Anna Liesemeyer

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PHOTO: Anna Liesemeyer

Color Pop

PHOTOS + TUTORIAL BY ANNA LIESEMEYER

This is a fun and inexpensive way to add some color punches to your wardrobe. You will need a 1/4 yard of satin fabrics for each scarf. If you choose to sew your scarf, then you will need a needle and thread. For the no-sew method, use hem tape to seal the edges. This easy project will leave you with a versatile accessory that you can wear as shown above or tied in a bow for a fuller look.

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Satin Bow Scarf Supplies
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Steps
  1. Get the scarf pattern on Anna’s blog, In Honor of Design, for cutting guidelines.
  2. Cut your fabric width and length wise so it measures 6-7 in. wide x 56-58 in. long.
  3. Fold your fabric in half width wise, inside out, and trim edges to an angle.
  4. Using Hem Tape or Sewing machine, stitch or iron inside the length + one end.
  5. Reverse fabric through open end (inside back outside).
  6. Sew or iron the second end closed.


How to tie Your Scarf


Satin Scarf Steps 1-2

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Satin Scarf Steps 3-5
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Satin Scarf Steps 6-7
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