As I was walking around Joann’s looking for flannels to use an a Rag Time Quilt, I ran across the knit section. I saw a beautiful purple knit and thought that it would make the perfect scarf. A couple of weeks later as I was brain storming for Hope and Health fundraising ideas, I thought of that material and I was able to squint (able to see the project made) I believed that they would turn out cute and make a great item to sell. I had bought a scarf from another fundraising event. It was for creative kids a couple Christmases ago and it made a great gift.
Scarf DIY project – Quick and Easy
10″ of a knit fabric
21″ of Lace
1 iron on Label
First I cut my fabric 10 inches wide leaving that salvage-to-salvage length alone.
Then I trimmed the salvages off.
Cut the lace into 2 10″ lengths.
Pinned the lace to the raw edges of the knit fabric.
Stitched the lace onto the fabric with a fun and fancy stitch.
Ironed on the label.
Stitched a Zig-Zag stich around the label.