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 make a fleece scarf, cut a long rectangle from a yard of fleece fabric. One yard of fabric can yield up to five scarves. Fleece does not unravel, so it does not need to be sewn, but you can cut a second rectangle to s... More »

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A long and thin knit scarf can be made by knitting a few rows of stitches and repeating until the rows reach the desired length of the scarf. For a simple long knit scarf, no other stitches should be used. 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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To create a no-sew fleece blanket with fringe, determine the dimensions of the blanket, trim two pieces of fleece fabric to the same dimensions, cut vertical notches at even intervals around the edges of the fabric to fo... More »

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In order to do a simple crochet stitch, make a slip knot about 6 inches away from the ball of yarn, then tighten the knot around the crochet hook and grab more of the yarn with the hook before pulling it through the orig... More »

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To make a knitted headband, cast the required number of stitches on the knitting needle, knit several rows until the desired length is reached using a suitable stitch pattern, and bind off. Finally, sew the ends together... More »

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