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Ruffled Neck Scarf


So i Ran out of Batteries for my camera (i really should get a rechargeable one) and had to use my phone, I hope it’s good enough!
I wanted a ruffly scarf that is just for the neck so i can wear it tucked in my jacket. I don’t like to tuck in long ones since they get uncomfortable so i made this!
Cute huh?
Now my neck can be all nice and warm in this wintery cold! Ew…
What you will need is:
60×8 Fleece fabric
2 big buttons
sewing machine
thread
Instructions:
Cut your fleece to 60×8
Put your sewing tension to zero and the top stitch to the longest straight stitch.
Mine was 11.
Now you will sew 3 lines all the way down, (left, middle and right) do not do a back stitch since you will be stitching to gather it.
Picture number (4)
Once your are done stitching look for the back of the stitch and pull on all 3 stitches of thread and it will start gathering.
It should look like this.
pin it and start sewing over it again but this time turn your tension tighter (i did a 5) and keep the same top stitch length.
Stitch on all 3
Once that is done it should be about 35 inches long
Now change your sewing foot to the button foot and sew 2 button holes.
Stitch the 2 buttons.
And wallaaaaaaa! Fantastico no?
Now you can be all flirty with your new ruffly neck scarf.
(Notice i can only button one button on my jacket? I am 8 months preggo and i had to squeeezzzze into this just for the picture hahaha!)
I am sure going to use this on thursday because my hunkster is taking me out on a date!
Wooo! Finally, Just me and Hunky.
-The Tootsie Wootsie
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  1. I should really find some fleece- then learn how to use my machine! bahahaha! If you have another cardigan that would be cute (make sure its stretchy since your preggo :) ) Comment love, again… yeayeayea ;D

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  2. This is beautiful! Saw you over at Vintage Wanna Bee and had to check out your post. I want to purchase a sewing machine soon and I would love to make one of these!

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  3. Thanks Everyone! Makes me happy to hear you are enjoying my tutorial :)

    Lauren This machine cost me $70 AT WALMART and it's not the best machine but it does the job :) hope that helps.

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  4. Just had to add your store to my faves…new follower here! I'm a freelance clothing designer, so it's awesome to see you doin' your thing!
    Kristina J.

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  5. That is gorgeous, I wish I had some fleece, I would make that right now!
    Thanks for the tutorial, I really appreciate it!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  6. Thanks for linking this amazing tutorial on BCD! I will be featuring it on BCD on Sat. the 8th! Thanks for linking!

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  7. Wow! I am so excited and can't belive you choose me to link to your BCD blog! I love your blog! Thank you so much and i look forward to it!

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    Thank you all very much! I love seeing who you all are and leaving comment back on your pages! thank you for the compliments! it sure makes me feel like i am doing a great job! Thank you! it means so much to me!

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  8. Hi just blog surfing today and seen the scarf ,how cute!! I don't sew but I use no stitch glue.I think i will try it! Have a Blessed day!

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