Make a Cozy Scarf from Minky and Scraps

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It’s a Great Gift for Just About Anyone!

Dress up minky with pretty patchwork for a warm and cozy winter scarf. This is a great project for scraps and will look wonderful in any color combo.

This is a very quick and easy project so consider making more than one. The scarf makes lovely gifts, even for men (when done up in masculine colors).

Patchwork Scarf Tutorial

Play with color combinations for your own version. The scarf can be bright and colorful, more subdued and elegant or just about any mood you want to give it.

Patchwork Scarf Tutorial

The finished dimensions are not provided by the designer, Susan from Super Mom No Cape, but the scarf appears to be about 60″ long. Go ahead and make it whatever size you want.

Click here for the free “How to Sew a Patchwork Scarf” tutorial.

You’ll find a nice selection of Minky fabrics here (scroll past the kits).

 

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