Scarfs are super simple to make, they are a fast inexpensive addition to your wardrobe.
The red and black one below started out as a piece of fabric 18" x 60". The scarf sizing can be very flexible as 9 or 10" scarves also look nice. This is a great way to use some left over fabric from your sewing projects. The main idea is that they have a nice drape. This particular fabric is a rayon blend so it drapes nicely and feels smooth against my neck.
|First straighten up the edges. A rotary cutter and mat make fast neat work of it.|
Next, if your fabric is willing you can pull threads from both short ends to form a fringe,
If you have a serger you can do a rolled hem along each long edge, then a little fray check on the ends and you are finished and ready to go out the door wearing your new accessory. If not you can either do a rolled hem by hand or a narrow machine hem also looks nice.