Make Your Own Jersey Scarf

Jersey scarf1Jersey scarf2A nice, light weight jersey scarf is an absolute spring essential! We are completely in love with geometric shapes and golden tones currently, so we decided to create a causal scarf with these accents. Here's how you can make your own too:Jersey scarf DIY 1. Supplies: Jersey knit fabric, scissors, fabric paint, cardboard, hot glue gun and wine corks. 2 First, cut the fabric for your scarf. This pattern requires 3 yards length of fabric, so we bought 1 1/2 yards and sewed the two strips together. 3. Next, create your stamps by cutting out cardboard shapes and gluing it to the top of the wine cork. 4. Then, decorate! To make sure your design clusters are in the perfect spot, first put the scarf on how you're planning to wear it and make a small pen mark on where you think would look best to add a design. Continue this process until your scarf is complete!Jersey scarf3You could easily customize this project with any colors or designs that you prefer. Have fun making your own accessories this spring! xo. emma and elsie

  • Hi to all, how is the whole thing, I think every one is getting more from this web page.

  • Ingenius, and the colors perfectly complement Elsie in every way. xxx, j

  • Beauteous! I love your series about printing and dyeing fabric, I can’t wait to have a go. Thanks for sharing this cool tutorial – the little simple stamps are such a great idea! Anyone can do this with stunning effects! I’ll let you know how mine turns out!
    Katie. xxx

  • my obsession with triangles doesn’t seem to be waning so i find this to be just lovely! great tips. xo.

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  • Cute!! Wish I had a place to wear a scarf like this! 80 degree weather just doesn’t lend itself well to cute scarves:(
    xo Heather
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  • I love the geometrics you use!
    xo Emilie @ http://www.hungrydelights.com/

  • ELSIE…perfect SCARF…cool print…you have a great ideas =)

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  • nice idea, thanks for sharing =)
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  • I love this idea! It’s bookmarked!Rx

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  • The geometric print is awesome. I would love to try this with hearts 🙂 xo

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  • What a gorgeous scarf! Looks easy enough for me to do.

    xo, vicky
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  • I’m definitely making those stamps. I tried the cork ones, but since I don’t drink wine and my dad likes to collect the corks from the wines he drinks, I think this other way of stamping is going to suit me better <3
    Keep up the good blog!

  • This is super cute & casual! I love the colors you chose for the triangles.

  • I’ve been wanting to know how to make scarves! and this is a really cute decorating idea.
    It’s nice that it’s a light scarf too since I live in Texas and its super hot already.

  • i love the print and how easy this is! what a great way to restyle old fabric!

    jillian
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  • What a cute idea!! I love this because it is the perfect light scarf for summer. It would be fun to get creative with different designs!

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  • This DIY is perfect for a quicke – made with love present. I’m going to do one for my friend. She has birthday the next week.

  • I love the design you did on the scarf! Super cute!
    Jillian
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  • what a great idea, Bailey! the geometric shapes are too cute!
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  • This is a perfect, quick and easy DIY. I love it and can’t wait to try!

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  • What a lovely idea. The scarf looks really nice in the end too. xo

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  • I’m not ready to stop wearing scarves. They are a sort of security blanket. I’m also comming up with light weight versions for spring & summer.

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  • Love the print on the bottom! Great DIY. Can’t wait to try this with some left over t-shirts! 🙂
    Rory
    www.wearaboutsblog.com

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