1 1/4 yards of scarf fabric
Measuring tape, matching thread, straight pins
Serger and Sewing machine
1. You’ll need close to 1 1/4 yards of scarf fabric and matching thread for serger and sewing machines. Depending on the width of the fabric selected, you should be able to make several scarves. For each scarf, cut 2 rectangular panels of fabric, 40” long by 5” wide.
3. Pin two scarf panels together, joining one 5” end panel to another and sew together, using a sewing machine.
You'll have one long scarf, with a center seam.
To wear the tie as shown here, fold the long scarf in half and place around your neck. Slip the loose ends through the pocket and pull to tighten and adjust off center.
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Deborah Tukua is the editor of Journey to Natural Living and the author of the healthy fresh from the blender recipe book, Naturally Sweet Blender Treats. She is a freelance writer for the Farmers' Almanac and Chiropractic Economics magazine and author of the book, Marketing Strategies for Chiropractic Success. Check out Lowell and Deborah's super sturdy and handsome DIY Gardening Potting Bench Plans.