Ta-Ku - Beggining to End
So, that's just what I did!
I stopped by a neighborhood shop for a look around and ended up in the discount bin, where I found this kimono/throw.
The owner even marked it down an additional 50%! Yippeeee!
The material was really thin and it looked so awkward on me, so I decided to make it into a circle scarf (aka "snood"). My instructions are really lame and vague, but I used this tutorial for the most part.
To do this I used: Scissors, my sewing machine, and 40"x60" (about 100cm x 150cm) fabric
1) cut off the buttons.
2)This left me with two very long strips of fabric 20" wide by 60" long. I sewed the insides of the fabric together, the most vibrant side of the fabric should be facing in while sewing.
|At this point I'd only sewn one side.|
|It can double as a hood! Also, are we loving my miraculous hair change?|
Yeah, there were a few more steps to completing the scarf on the website, but I thought it looked fine as is.
If you try this let me know how it turns out! ∩(︶▽︶)∩