Adding fringe to a scarf is a fairly straightforward process. It involves cutting, looping, pulling and tightening the yarn or other strands of material chosen to create the fringe. More »

To make fringe, cut equal lengths of yarn, pull it folded through a stitch on the scarf, draw the ends through the folded bit to create a knot, and trim the edges evenly. For a single scarf, the process shouldn't take lo... More »

To create a skinny scarf, one needs to crochet six rows, leaving fringe at both ends of the rows, rather than weaving them. This requires three balls of sport weight cotton yarn at around 125 meters of yarn each, along w... More »

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To fringe a shirt, cut off the hem, and cut vertical fringe strips. Add one or more beads to each fringe strip, and tie a knot in the bottom to keep the beads in place. More »

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Native Americans added fringe to their jackets to repel rainwater that might have otherwise penetrated the material through the seams. Buckskins, or the hides of deer, were also used historically to make pants, chaps and... More »

To fringe a shirt, determine where you want the fringe to begin, and mark it by drawing a line across the shirt in pencil. Make 1/2-inch to 1-inch marks from that line to the hem of the shirt, then use scissors to cut al... More »

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To create a skinny scarf, one needs to crochet six rows, leaving fringe at both ends of the rows, rather than weaving them. This requires three balls of sport weight cotton yarn at around 125 meters of yarn each, along w... More »

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