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  • Maura McGarvey

    Hanging Scarves ~ Using shower curtain rings on a hanger for your scarves. Such a great idea!!

  • Sandi Liston

    DIY Scarf hanger. Hang shower curtain rings on a hanger to hang all of your scarves Great Idea!

  • L ChMa

    Shower rings on a hanger for scarf storage. Great idea!

  • Katherine Nowlin

    Great idea! shower rings on a hanger = scarf holder

  • Erin Walker

    Shower rings to hang scarves... great idea

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This is such a simple way to organize scarves. You just put shower curtain rings on a hanger and voila, instant scarf organizer! This could be used for ties as well. This is one I need to do today! You could spend $14 and buy one, but you can make it yourself for so much cheaper.

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Shower curtain rings on a hanger to hold scarves. Closet space saver!

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Hang ties, scarves etc on these

Everyone’s got old t-shirts that are ignored in the wardrobe, but you can now turn an old t-shirt into an amazing scarf!

great tutorial from DIY Dish on making an incredibly easy infinity scarf or a ruffle scarf from an old t-shirt

Ruffle Scarves -Scarves bases were cut 7 1/2" by width of fabric. Ruffles were cut 1 1/2" wide x 16" long then gathered in the middle to fit and stitched to the scarf front. Scarves were stitched with 1/2" seam allowances. Finished scarves are approx. 56" long x 6" wide