I sewed two long strips of white knit fabric together, one on top of the other, using the method from my tiered ruffle skirt tutorial. I didn't baste them together first because I wanted to stretch the fabric as much as possible when I sewed the edges to make the ruffles. You could also do this with just one piece of fabric.  I liked using two, because it makes the scarf warmer, and hides all your stitches from sewing on the ruffled flowers.

I sewed two long strips of white knit fabric together, one on top of the other, using the method from my tiered ruffle skirt tutorial. I didn't baste them together first because I wanted to stretch the fabric as much as possible when I sewed the edges to make the ruffles. You could also do this with just one piece of fabric. I liked using two, because it makes the scarf warmer, and hides all your stitches from sewing on the ruffled flowers.

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Ruffle scarves, diggin' the stripe. I think this one was made using a wide and a narrow piece and then stitching them together after ruffling

Ruffle scarves, diggin' the stripe. I think this one was made using a wide and a narrow piece and then stitching them together after ruffling

Tiered & Ruffled Skirt  SUPPLIES & TOOLS:        Simplicity® pattern 2475      4 yds Casa Collection® crepe fabric      Notions: refer to pattern      Basic sewing supplies      Rotary cutter, mat & ruler      Round 10" plate      Sewing machine      Iron & ironing surface      Compass, optional - #12pins project

Tiered & Ruffled Skirt SUPPLIES & TOOLS: Simplicity® pattern 2475 4 yds Casa Collection® crepe fabric Notions: refer to pattern Basic sewing supplies Rotary cutter, mat & ruler Round 10" plate Sewing machine Iron & ironing surface Compass, optional - #12pins project

Make this ruffle scarf using an old T-shirt. Take a 9" paper plate as your template and cut out 6 circles of T-shirt fabric. Then cut these circles of fabric in a spiral pattern (about 2" wide). Stretch this length of fabric and glue (or stitch) to another length of fabric. Do the same until you get the thickness you desire. Done! @ winkchic.orgwinkchic.org

Make this ruffle scarf using an old T-shirt. Take a 9" paper plate as your template and cut out 6 circles of T-shirt fabric. Then cut these circles of fabric in a spiral pattern (about 2" wide). Stretch this length of fabric and glue (or stitch) to another length of fabric. Do the same until you get the thickness you desire. Done! @ winkchic.orgwinkchic.org

How cute and very simple! Great for little girls school gifts too!!

How cute and very simple! Great for little girls school gifts too!!

13 Creative Things to Make for College Students {Homemade Gift Ideas}

13 Creative Things to Make for College Students {Homemade Gift Ideas}

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