Sunday, December 13, 2009

Scrunchy Scarf

Melissa and I saw these scarves at Hope Studios and HAD to make some.

Melissa wearing her scarf in Utah.

Me wearing my scarf in Kentucky.

These are sooooo easy and inexpensive to make. I made mine a little longer than the tutorial suggested ( I did 108 inches long or 3 yards instead of the 72 inches or 2 yards that the tutorial suggests).

I bought 3 yards of the jersey knit (I used my 40%off coupon and so I paid $7.00 for 3 yards) and I made 5 scarfs out of it!!! I'm going to JoAnns tomorrow to get some more fabric and elastic thread. For that price I can make one for all the ladies on my list!


Mama Thompson said...

I saw those too and LOVED them...I bought a ton of fabric to make one for each of my sisters and mom and myself (6 of them...glad they are quick and easy) for the colors you chose!

Goings on at the Glenn's said...

very cute! I like how Kathryn made the longer one. I think I like the look of it better. Thanks for the idea.

tinahead81 said...

i made some too!! so easy and cute!!

Joanne said...

Oooh love these! Thanks for sharing the link!

3XMom said...

I have been wanting to make these. Just printed out the directions (again) - am GOING to try this!!!

blairsblog6 said...

Love these! I am gonna go to Joanne's to buy some knit this weekend! Yesterday I bought my washers at Lowes. See, you are helping improve the economy with your great ideas! Merry Christmas to you and your cute family! (adoreable cards too!)

Anonymous said...

I love both of your scarves! The red color really suits your sister.

And the design of yours is really nice too, not to mention a practicle color.

I guess you are probably addicted! These would probably I think make great gifts.

Thanks for sharing


Crochet Mom

seven thirty three said...

You have been given an award over at seven thirty three - - - a creative blog!

Also - LOVE THE SCARFS!! I made myself and 5 other women one. I've had so many people inquire where I got it! :)

Jenny Lynn said...

I made one of these after I saw this tutorial.
I posted about it and linked back to yall. Just thought you'd like to know :) Thanks for the great idea!