Here’s an easy way to expand your face mask wardrobe in no time, using fabric scraps or a bandana. If you or someone you know does not sew or you simply need a super fast (5 minutes) alternative, this easy, no-sew project is for you.
This warm-you-up neck cowl will get you through the wicked weather in style. It’s like a mini scarf that buttons around your neck. Ours is smooth flannel on the outside and soft luxury fleece on the inside. Toasty times two!
Got a minute? Make a belt! These fashion-in-a-flash cuties go from start to finish in less than 30 minutes. It’s an excellent excuse to use those decorative stitches hiding on your sewing machine. We recommend a dense stitch pattern in a wide width.
Learn contortion pleating, which involves twisting the gauze into a bound bundle then drying it in a conventional dryer or a microwave prior to final air drying. Learn to crinkle, then learn to make this gorgeous tasseled scarf.
It’s a utilitarian, get-down-to-business style that works well for women, men, even kids. You’ll love the tough riveted canvas, zippered pocket, and a cool slide buckle belt that cinches in place at waist or hip level.
These wide, tie-front belts can add a touch of bohemian style to your wardrobe. We used long quilting stitches to accent our fabric’s design motifs, then placed a few pretty seed beads at focal points for texture. Great for scraps!
Wrap up in a long swath of softness with our beautiful, diaphanous scarf. Start with a voile, batiste or similar, add a perfectly centered finished seam, then create a line of tiny, twisted floss cords along both ends.
You’ve seen these kinds of headbands everywhere. One is accordion-pleated so you can adjust the pleats to wear it wide or narrow; the other is a turban style with a classic front knot. Bad hair day be gone!
Made of soft knit as a simple tube, it’s a 4-in-1 solution that comes in super handy these days: pull up over nose and mouth to protect, stretch over head as a hair cover, scrunch down into a headband, keep around neck for warmth.
Infinity scarves are a trend that just keeps growing. You can find them in everything from chunky wools to to sheer voiles to this wide wrap in a sparkling knit. Finishes at apx. 86″ x 12” – enough length for a double or triple loop.
There are many times you’d rather have two hands free (Look Ma… No hands!) This clever little zippered pouch is a fun solution. It can slip onto a belt or clip onto a belt loop – perfect for urban walkers and more.
Yes, that is an interesting spelling. We used Anna Maria Horner’s gorgeous LOOMinous collection woven with yarn dyed cotton threads. Check our out roll-and-stitch technique that makes the scarf’s two sides mirror images.
Soft and light as a cloud, our double gauze scarves are a perfect accessory for warmer weather. The deep ruffled ends add just the right bit of flounce without too much bulk. So lightweight, you can twist two together.
Double layers help eliminate the super-sheerness of standard gauze and give the fabric a bit of extra weight. Our soft shawl wrap takes full advantage of this swathe of softness. Pom accents add a kick of casual whimsy.
Not only is this a delightful way to put some favorite fabric scraps to work, it’s also a great trick to extinguish a potential bad hair day. These cute little ties are fast, fun… and reversible. Beginner friendly!