Learn how to make a scarf with a simple rectangle design. This shape works for lightweight cooler fabric or warmer fabric that has some drape.
A border print will work really well for this type of scarf because it will give a ready-to-wear look. All of these colors are my favorite colors and match everything in my wardrobe.
– lightweight chiffon or challis fabric – sewing tools – sewing machine
Start by ripping one edge of the fabric from selvedge to selvedge to get a straight line. Then rip the other edge to get a straight line.
You want your rectangle to be the full width of the fabric (hopefully about 50 inches wide or wider) by 30 to 36 inches.
If the selvedge has a nice tiny fringe or some other nice edge leave these as the short edges. Sew a small double fold hem or rolled hem on the long edges.