DIY Ruffled Scarf Tutorial

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Thicker scarves keep us warm during the colder months while thinner and colorful ones make our summer outfits pop. We discovered a tutorial by Madame Deals that will teach you how to create stylish homemade ruffled scarves. The link follows after our introduction to the topic.

The tutorial uses a basic knit stitch. Once you get the hang of doing this method, you will be able to make other knitting creations with ease. If you don’t know how to make this stitch, practice this technique with some yarn until you’re able to create a rhythm of your own. (see the link [1] at the foot of the page for the basic knit tutorial)

If you can’t get enough of making these ruffled scarves, you can use them for more projects like the ones suggested below:

1. You can make a bunch of ruffled scarves and make a circular pattern and create mats out of them. You can choose to stitch the scarves so that they won’t unravel easily. Place them on your tables or on top of your dressers. Place some decorative pieces on your ruffled scarf mat to add a personal touch to the design of your room.

2. Create a bigger circular ruffled scarf design to make a beautiful blanket. Use this to warm your legs while curling up on the sofa with a book and a cup of coffee. 😉

3. Use a bunch of different color combinations to create an interesting pattern. You can use this as an art decor for your wall. You would need to stick strips of ruffled scarves on a piece of plywood so that it will hang on your wall really well. Since the ruffled scarves are made out of different loops of yarn, you can attach some polymer clay pieces to create more dimension to your wall decor.

4. Wrap your homemade ruffled scarf around a wicker basket. Use a glue gun to make sure that it is attached well. Fill in the basket with some homemade baked goodies and wrap it in plastic. Give this gift to a friend or a family member and they will surely appreciate the extra effort that you put in to decorate the basket.

Here’s the link to the full tutorial: