Some girls love shoes, some love bags--but I love scarves. I have a ridiculous amount of scarves, probably more than what I have of shoes and bags combined. Boxes and boxes of them! They keep me cozy and somewhat fashionable, adding a bit of color and accessory to my otherwise monotone outfits.
Lately though, I've found myself more partial to circle scarves. I like the fact that you don't have to worry about any loose ends flapping about in the wind. Less maintenance. Sad thing is, I only own about 3 of them. So, being the cheap and innovative person that I am, I figured out a way in which I could have more...without actually having to go out and shop for them. Try not to be too underwhelmed...
Because it's fairly straightforward.
I simply stitched the ends of my regular scarves together.
And if my scarves were knit and had tassels on the bottom, I merely knotted each tassel to its opposing tassel to connect them.
AHAHAHAHAHAHA. I AM BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!
|1. Sew an overcast stitch to connect the ends together with a needle and thread.|
If you don't know what an overcast stitch is, click here.
|2. Once you've stitched the ends together, invert your scarf to hide the stitches.|
|3. And wala! Your circle scarf is finished.|