Thursday, December 8, 2011

Scarf-as-Necklace Tutorial

A friend of mine suggested that I create a scarf tutorial so I could explain how I created the necklace with my scarf. That seemed like a fun idea and here it is below...

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  1. Thank you. Not only do you tie that knot perfect, I am impressed with your presentation on how you folded it. I posted a picture of me in the scarf a few weeks ago. I will go see if I can make it open to the public on fb. The scarf and my accessories definitely intrigued people I least expected to care. I decided to buy another one for my mother in law who was fascinated with it.

    I have not forgotten to do a post about "The Blues" that I wear. I think I am drawn to peacock, aqua, teal, and a few that may be a little borderline for three's, but ok for me. I'll try to do that soon.

  2. Hi Denise! Thanks!! I love that scarf. How nice of you to get one for your mother-in-law.

    I am looking forward to that blues post. For now, I haven't been wearing anything blue. And for the most part, I don't miss it. Except for sky blue! It's such a pretty color.

  3. Awesome tutorial! Gonna go make me some fabulous scarf necklaces now in my colors! :D

  4. I did a purple post.... blue still pending.
    How long does the scarf hang down in the back? Do you tuck it in or have something creative you do with the extra fabric?

  5. I'll have to go looking for your purple one! That's another tricky one for type 3s.

    The scarf hangs down a little but not that much. Maybe between the shoulder blades? And you could tuck it in, but I just let it hang.


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