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DIY Dress to Scarf Tutorial

By: Heidi from muslinandmerlot.blogspot.com
DIY Dress to Scarf Tutorial
DIY Dress to Scarf Tutorial
This image courtesy of muslinandmerlot.blogspot.com

Fashion's a breeze with this DIY Dress to Scarf Tutorial. In this DIY fashion craft, you'll be able to make the perfect infinity scarves for any occasion. It's easy, fun, and a terrific project for that refashionista in all of us. This scarf tutorial makes snug, tube-style scarves out of ordinary sundresses plucked right from the back of the closet, the clearance rack, or the thrift store. The scarves will be big enough to double as a hood for any inclement weather, making this DIY clothing project both practical and trendsetting. 

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueSewing

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Needles, pins, and thread
  • Scissors
  • Two cheap sundresses
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Although the patterns are completely different on these dress remnants, the colour schemes are beautifully matched and the two fabrics work well together to produce an attractive infinity scarf. The possibilities for creating these designs are endless.

This is such a genius way to recycle a dress and I love the mix of patterns on this scarf! It's such a unique look.

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