Crafters can make a twist scarf with some millinery wire and about half a yard of fabric, notes Sew Be It Studio. The wire holds the ends of the scarf in place when folding it into unique shapes as a headband or around the neck.Continue Reading
Use the following steps to make a twist scarf.
Cut out two narrow pointed strips of fabric measuring about 36 inches long by 4 inches wide. Place the two strips of fabric with right sides facing one another and pin together around the outside edges.
Sew the two pieces together along the outside edge with a 1/4 inch seam allowance. Leave an opening between the two sides of fabric that is about 4 inches wide on each side of the fabric.
Turn the sewn fabric inside out, so that the raw edges are hidden inside the scarf. Sew a narrow tunnel along the outer edges of the strip starting at each of the open sides. The tunnel should be about 1/4 of an inch wide.
Cut two piece of wire that are as long as the scarf. Wrap the ends with a small amount of masking tape to keep them from poking through the fabric. Slide each wire into the wire casing tunnel through the openings in the fabric sides.
Fold the raw edges of the two open sides under and pin the open sides together. Sew the two openings closed with a narrow top stitch. This may need to be done by hand.