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Thread: Endless Scarf Tute

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    Endless Scarf Tute

    I lost my link to a tute for an endless scarf that I got from the board. I have fabric and need to makie this ASAP. Does anyone remember where the tute is? TIA
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    Not sure if this is what you're looking for but here's a link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ePAam2qCdM
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    Just watched the video, thanks for posting the link.

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    Great tutorial and looks pretty easy to make. Would make nice gifts!
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    they are also called Mobius scarves.
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    Mobius scarf I might understand - I just watched the video mentioned and I think I must have missed a couple of important steps!

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    That's really cool-I'd never heard of them.
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    I saw this post on Sunday and knocked one out in 1/2 hr (I had fabric). The quickest, easiest, and cheapest Christmas gift this year! For some reason, I keep calling them Infinity scarves.

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    Thank you! These are awesome. I can't wait to try one!!!
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    My DD has two and it was all I could do not to laugh when she told me what she paid for one. I can't wait to see her face when she pulls one after the other, that I made, from her Christmas stocking! Her bought one has the opening machine serged, looks kinda tacky. I used lacy and silk fabrics to make a few dressy ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarrieC View Post
    Thank you! These are awesome. I can't wait to try one!!!
    This is a nice scarf, I may need to try one.

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    Thanks for the link! I just might have to make a couple of these for my nieces. Favecraft has a printable tutorial, but sometimes it helps to see a video.
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    There is also one on Simplicity.com. These are so easy and fast.

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    thanks for the idea

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    I was in Walmart yesterday and the $1.50 per yard fabric that isn't good for anything? Well it's great for these scarves! Lightweight knits and other drapey blends. I also found some very lightweight fun fur there. And a very soft drapey wool like blend in deep jewel colors. I'm been making scarves all morning. My DGD and young nieces will love the animal print fun fur ones!
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