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How to Sew a Scarf Necklace

Feb 29, 2012
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Create a fashionable necklace with a combination of fabric and chains. Get the best of both worlds with this accessory and jewelry combo. Although similar designer scarf necklaces sell for hundreds of dollars, Annie O’Connor demonstrates how quick it is to make one (less than an hour) in this article from Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol. 5.

Create a simple pattern, sew the scarf with one seam, add a snap closure, and finish it with chain embellishments to give it the necklace look. Only 1/2 yard of fabric is used, so splurge on something fabulous. And since it is so quick to put together, you can make one for every outfit and one for every friend.

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  1. User avater MarisolHackett October 28th

    beautiful

  2. User avater Ashtonjames January 27th

    i must try this.

  3. User avater Ashtonjames May 12th

    wow scarf looks really stylish

  4. User avater ParrlaSonders January 30th

    Great technique truly different!

  5. User avater shaunpollock March 4th

    i loved the way you made the scarf

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