Repurposed Ruffle Scarf

Repurposed Ruffle Scarf
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Step 1: Getting Started

This scarf is a fun twist on those cute and trendy Ruffle Scarfs that are so popular lately. I love adding lace to dress up clothes and just had to try it with a scarf. This scarf is great for just about any season if you use a light weight fabric. It is also a great way to use the Fabric and Ruffled Lace from other clothes or scarves you already have!


Difficulty: Easy to Intermediate



Yard of Scrap Fabric

2 1/4 yards of Ruffled Lace


Sewing Machine



Step 2: Pattern Instructions


Step 1

Cut fabric to measure 10 inches wide and approx. one yard long. Make sure to cut your ends so that they slant instead of a straight line - it lays a lot nicer this way in the end. I used some cute Linen fabric I kept from an old Fabric scarf so be creative and use what you have. You never know what you have lying around waiting to be beautified!


Step 2

Now that your fabric is cut you will want to hem your edges. It doesn't have to be perfect. It just needs to be hemmed. You don't see the stitch in the end anyways because it is hidden under the ruffles.


Step 3

Now that your edges are hemmed, measure and cut enough ruffled lace to attach all the way around the scarf and sew together using a single stich all the way around.

Finish off and it is ready to wear!


About The Author

Jenny Newman is a devoted wife and mother who enjoys creating new projects, patterns, and activities and crafting meaningful home-made treasures.  Her signature crafting style is simple, affordable and fun!  We hope you enjoy Jenny's crafts and patterns as much as we do.