Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Felt Flower Scarf Tutorial

Thank you for all of the sweet love on my Felt Flower Scarf!


Really, my goodness, I didn't expect so many people to be interested in it.

I'm happy to share this tutorial for you on how to make one of your own!

Materials needed:
1/2 yard of 72" Felt or Felted Wool (this measurement is to be safe... but you'll end up with some extra here for sure.)
Scissors
Needle and Coordinating Thread
*optional - Fast Grab Tacky Glue or Hot Glue
*optional - Small hook and eye


Let's get started shall we?

1.  Cut everything out

Start by cutting your long scarf piece.
Mine was 42" long by 4 1/2" wide.  You could certainly make it longer or shorter depending on how long you like to wear your scarves. (You'll just need to adjust the number of flowers you make.)


Now, cut a scallop around the edge of your long scarf piece.  (This just adds to the fullness of your flowers.)

Next, circle cutting mania.

Each flower will have 6 circles.  My largest was 5" and my smallest was 2".  With small declining sizes for each of the circles in between.


DO NOT spend the time cutting out perfect circles.  Just cut one for size, then hold it over your fabric and cut around it.
For a 42" scarf you will need 13 flowers.  So, cut out 13 of each size.

Now scallop all of the circles.
If you like deep looking petals, cut deeper scallops.  If you want a subtle look, cut shallow scallops.  I like a mixture of both.


2.  Assemble the Flowers

Stack your 5 largest circles. 


Take your knotted needle and thread and come up through the stack of circles just off-center. 


Now go back down through the stack about 1/2 inch away, on the other side of center. 


Pull very tightly, you will see this gathers your flower up.
 

Fold your flower in half with the gather, and make another stitch right over the one you just made, again pulling very tight. 

Now make an X.  So you'll make another stitch at one of the unused sides of center, and go back down 1/2 inch or so away from that on the other side of center. 


Fold the flower in half with the gather and make another stitch directly over the one you just made.  Pull very tight.  Really, don't break your thread, but pull it very very tight to hold the gather in your flower. 

Tie a few strong knots, but do not cut your thread.


This is how your flower will look so far.



Take your smallest circle and gather it together.  You can do this a number of ways, but an easy way is to just fold it in half, then fold it in half again.


Hold it in place where you want it on the center of your flower. 


Now stitch up from the bottom and grab that center piece at it's point.  Secure it with at second stitch. 


Pull very tight and tie a strong and secure knot.

Cut thread and your flower is complete!!


Now repeat 12 more times.  :)

3.  Scarf Making Time

Line up all of your flowers on your long scarf piece with the bottom layer of each flower overlapping a bit.  This is what gives it the fullness.  Don't be afraid to get them in there close together.


Get all 13 flowers set on just where you like them then pin only the bottom layer of each flower to the scarf.

Stitch a small, but tight circle through the bottom layer of the scarf and flower.  Knot tightly.   Cut the thread as you finish attaching each flower, and start new with the next flower. 


Continue until all 13 are attached.

** This step is optional, but not for me.  I have two 3-year-olds, so scarves (and any accessory I own) have to be tough if they're going to survive.  I went around on each flower and added a bit of Fast Grab Tacky Glue to make sure they were held in place firmly.  You could also use hot glue if you prefer.

**  This step is also optional.  I hate when scarves move all around when you're wearing them, or when they blow away in the wind.
SO, I put on the scarf, and placed a pin on each end of the scarf where I wanted them to match up.  I wanted it to be one flower longer on one side.


Sew the hook on the longer side on the back of the scarf, and the eye, sort of tucked away beneath a flower, on the front of the shorter end of the scarf. 



4.  Wear!!!

If you make one, I hope you'll send me a picture!  I'd love to see the variations you all come up with!

147 comments:

  1. Love this scarf. The flowers are much bigger than similar scarfs I have seen. I imagine its also much warmer.
    P.S. I have a giveaway going on. Come over and check it out.

    Jamie
    http://diyhshp.blogspot.com/

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  2. I love this! I buy old wool coats at Goodwill and repurpose them, I may have to give this a try!

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    1. I used an old coat. A small acrylic plaid. It was gorgeous with the slightly frayed ends.

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  3. This is so cute, thanks for sharing the tutorial!

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  4. Love this! The flower texture is so pretty. If I try it I'll be linking back, that's for sure!

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  5. GORGEOUS, I've been waiting for this update. I have become felt crazy and will now have to run off to the fabric store to get materials to make several of these. I think friends and my daughters would wear them fabulously. Thank you....I found you through tatertots and jello!
    Also, good luck with the upcoming birth of your baby and Happy Holidays.

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  6. Beautiful!!!! Loving it! I am highlighting this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com. today. Grab my "featured" button.

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  7. I also think it is helpful to use thin dental floss instead of thread. It slides easy because of the wax and is stronger than thread.

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  8. Beautiful! Might this work with fleece? I can't wear wool.

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  9. Love it! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

    ~Mrs. Delightful
    ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com

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  10. So pretty! Thanks for the tutorial! I featured you on my blog...

    http://www.craftsewdesign.com/2011/12/felt-flower-scarf.html

    :) Jenna
    craftsewdesign.com

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  11. I adore this little scarf! SO much that I have recruited my sisters to make it with me! Thanks for sharing, if I post it on my blog, I will give you a big shout out!

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  12. Very pretty! How long did it take to do? Thanks for linking to Things I've Done Thursday!

    Melanie
    Sew Rugged @ bear rabbit bear
    bearrabbitbear.blogspot.com

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  13. Holy Moly how gorgeous is this! Saw this at Someday Crafts and it is stunning!

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  14. BEAUTIFUL!! What an amazing gift this would make! Thank you for sharing! :)

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  15. OH MY GOSH! This is the prettiest scarf I ever did see! I need to rush out and buy the materials NOW... But, I will settle with pinning it to my to-do board on Pinterest. :)

    Thanks so much for sharing! I'm now following you to see what other pretties you make! :)

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  16. This scarf is so beautiful, and even for me, doable!! Thanks for the tutorial, I know what I'm doing this weekend.

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  17. Im so thrilled to find this tutorial! I saw this scarf on another blog but no info was to be had ...that is until today when I found YOU!!:)Love it and thank you so much! I joined your blog and cant wait to craft and chat with you!!:) Deidre~ http://simplysimplisticated4.blogspot.com

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  18. great tutorial! I've been eyeing these scarfs and had an idea on how to do it, but was still a little scared. Thanks! I am following you now and pinned this. :)
    www.DavisDomestications.com

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  19. Wow - I love this! I also think that the idea one of the other commenters had, of using old wool coats, is a really cool idea! I'm pinning this one :)
    Lindsay
    www.craftyladylindsay.blogspot.com

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  20. This is so beautiful and I think I could actually make this!! Thanks for providing a tutorial - I'm so excited!!

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  21. That is so cool! I am making one today! Beautiful!

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  22. This scarf is awesome!! Thank you so much for sharing your terrific tutorial. Looks like I have another great project to make (wink)!

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  23. I LOVE it. I am def going to make one - it is the middle of summer here in Brisbane at the moment so even thinking about making anything in felt makes me cringe! I am planning prawns, salads and ice-blocks for Christmas dinner.... Making your scarf will be in May or June!

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  24. I love this! I am trying this with a stiffer fleece. It is only $4.94 @ walmart. It really is so easy I am making 8 more as christmas gifts for women in my family. Can't wait to get them done. I amthe also using Upholstry thread since its a lot heavier. I will post a pic when done.

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    1. Hi Amy C, how did the fleece workout? I just made one with the felt and it looks really cute but is sort of rough and itchy around the neck. Thanks!

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  25. I love your scarf. I saw it featured over at Talent Tuesday. If you ever want another place to strut your stuff, you are welcome to link up Fri-Mon at Bacon Time.

    http://bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/

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  26. You were one of the most viewed links at last week's {wow me] wednesday party! Yay! Featuring YOU tonight over on my blog. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Ginger @ gingersnapcrafts.com

    http://www.gingersnapcrafts.com/2011/12/wow-me-wednesday-29.html

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  27. yep, totally a great project. I might try it with fleece for a floppier version just because that's what I have on hand.

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  28. I love the scarf Amy! I'm featuring you! http://mylilpinkpocket.blogspot.com/2011/12/show-share-17-features.html

    Marie
    mylilpinkpocket.blogspot.com

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  29. I am pinning this! I definitely want to make one. So Cute!
    I would love for you to link up on Blog Stalking Thursday! http://thecraftyblogstalker.blogspot.com/2011/12/blog-stalking-thursday-19.html

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  30. First of all, I absolutely LOVE this scarf! I can't wait to make one...or two or three! Excellent job and great tutorial.

    Secondly, I read your "About Me" after reading your most recent post about your dad (plus, I was intrigued by your blog title) and I just want to say that I relate so much! I lost my wonderful dad almost 3 and a half years ago and it inspired me to start blogging.

    Hugs to you as you journey through this experience of loss and continuing life!

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  31. I am mostly done with my scarf - flowers are done and pinned to the length of felt. So far, the instructions are spot on. Can't wait to finish the stitching and see how it looks on me! I chose hot pink felt!

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  32. Hey Amy -- I added this awesome tutorial to my slideshow of winter weather projects. You can check it out here: http://www.good.is/post/make-it-by-monday-diy-winter-weather-crafts/

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  33. Awesome project! I just wanted to let you know that I featured it yesterday on "You Sew Rock Me Fridays" at my blog Sew Rockin'. Here's the link: http://www.sewrockin.com/2011/12/16/you-sew-rock-me-fridays-9.

    I can't wait to see what else you come up with!

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  34. This is brilliant! I hope I have time to make one myself. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  35. YOu are a CreatIVE GenIUs!!! I just found a Great Girlfriend gift to give:) Thank YOU!!!

    Heidi
    chickhardware.blogspot.com

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  36. Thanks for the beautiful idea. I am making them for all the women on my Christmas list this year in various colors. What a beautiful and not overly complicated project.

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  37. I just made this today! I cut out everything last night and sewed everything today. Now I have a lovely scarf in time for a Christmas gift! Thank you! I'll be making many more of these!

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  38. Cannot wait to try this! Your directions are very clear and love the good pictures. Will let you know how it turns out.

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  39. WOW!!! Awesome.....!!!great idea and its is very very unique and attractive!!!

    Excellent Post!!


    Scarves for Women

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  40. Thanks, I have tons of felt after making flowers go around a mirror and this is something I would have BOUGHT felt for. Terrific instructions. Thanks for taking the time to write them down for everyone.

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  41. Where do you find felt this long? Does the fabric store have it on a bolt?

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    1. yes! I found it as bolts at the local craft store! I am making a scarf right now!! :)

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  42. I LOVE scarves and I LOVE scarves that I can make on my own so this is perfect! Thank you so much for the tutorial and all the detailed instructions! I can't wait to make one!

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  43. I can't wait to make several for me and my daughters. Thank you for sharing.

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  44. I made mine in a dark red. Didn't pay attention to directions and used only 5 layers instead of 6. It is still gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your pattern with us!

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  45. My daughter has three birthday parties coming up in the next week....any thoughts on how to shorten this for say an 11 year old?

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  46. Thanks for the great tutorial. I just made one and posted it on my blog. Linked to you for the tutorial.
    http://www.saving4six.com/2012/01/wednesdays-what-i-found-felt-flower.html

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  47. Very,very, very cute! I came across this tutorial from another blogger (oops! Can't remember the name) who made this scarf and had a link to your original post. She posted it on "Wow Us Wednesday" link party at Savvy Southern Style.

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  48. i found your tutorial last night and just finished this! ( I did this in the past two hours) if i make another on I'm thinking of doing a gradation/ombre colors and maybe try a different shape. great tutorial! :)
    I don't know how to post a photo but here's a link of it!
    http://tvotime.tumblr.com/post/15329708241/feltflowerscarf

    or

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=269236546473301&set=a.269236113140011.68773.103509936379297&type=1&theater

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  49. Finished mine last night, so cute! I think next time I might leave the flowers off the back of the neck and contour that part a bit (evidently I have a short neck!). I'm going to make one for my daughter for Valentines, I think I might do two shades of pink or pink and red flowers for some depts. Might even add buttons for the center. Not sure. Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  50. Found this on Pinterest. Many thanks for sharing the "how-to"! Made my scarf out of felted cashmere sweaters! Here's a link http://www.flickr.com/photos/momika21/6648409463/

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  51. i like it. i´m going to make one, too.

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  52. Thanks for the tutorial!! I LOOOOVE it! I saw where one commenter suggested using dental floss instead of thread, which is a great idea. I'd like to add that for all of my accessories, I always use upholstery thread. It's coated, so it slides better than all-purpose thread and it's also SUPER strong. I've never had it break, no matter how much stress I put it through.

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  53. I have made 4 of these scarves. I found the felt like you used and then made a dark red one and a royal blue one. I get compliments on them everytime I wear one.

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  54. Can't wait to try this!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  55. Just made one!

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=247394938665277&set=a.149392055132233.37017.121821161222656&type=1&theater

    I love the way it turned out, thank you so much for the tutorial.

    Blessings,

    Valerie

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  56. Thank you so much for sharing! Gonna get started on one the next time I head to the craft store!

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  57. Made one today with a very soft charcoal grey fleece. Very cute, thanks for the inspiration!

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  58. I made one. I used deep red wool felt and decided to embellish mine with buttons. I love it. Next time I would make the scarf part a little narrower. I think it shows too much. I can still trim it down because it's felt and may do that. Here is a link to the picture on Facebook.
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=2343062707775&set=a.2343060547721.2098788.1586210469&type=1&theater

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    1. i could not get your link to open :( i would love to see what the buttons look like, great idea

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  59. I absolutely adore this. How very creative and so very unique....yeah, I'll make one, or maybe even a "bunch". lol Thanks for such a great idea.

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  60. Would you just make me one and I can buy it from you!?!? My email address is PaulaMontz6@aol.com

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  61. AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Dylan, age 7

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  62. I just made one last night and I LOVE it! I am still undecided on whether or not I want to add a clear round bead to the center of each flower... but I can do that anytime. I'll send you a picture when I get one :)

    Hope

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  63. I made this in black and it is stunning! Thanks for the instructions!
    Joye

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  64. I love this scarf! My daughter made me a charcoal grey one for my birthday and another daughter has been here for a visit and made me one in a Carmel color...I got tons of compliments when I wore it today! Thanks for sharing!

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  65. I made several scarves in pink, dark & light purple, and a dark gray. Also used the flower-making technique to make a decorated headband! Here are my photos-
    http://pinterest.com/pin/225883737530129201/
    http://pinterest.com/pin/225883737530129259/
    Thanks for the great instructions.

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  66. Gorgeous - what a great idea! Can't wait to try it myself. Thanks for sharing!

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  67. That is FANTASTIC!! I need to make one, for sure! TFS! :D

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  68. Immitation is the best form of flattery right? I made this scarf and I love it! I get compliments on it every time I wear it!. I have featured it on my blog but completely gave you credit for the tutorial, so thank you for that. I would love for you to stop by and grab a feature button and wear it proudly. Thanks again for the great tutorial!
    http://thecraftyblogstalker.blogspot.com/2012/01/yellow-felt-flower-scarf.html

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  69. Made mine yesterday on deep red!! Gorgious!

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  70. Hello. I love this scarf so much that I made one in a deep gray. I have people asking me all the time if I can make them one too & where I got the idea. I pass along your blog. With your permission may I sell them? Thanks for an enjoyable read.
    ~brit

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    1. Hi Brit!
      Thanks for actually ASKING!!! I can't tell you how much I appreciate you being so considerate.
      Please email me at watchmedaddywatchme@gmail.com and we can discuss the selling of the scarves! :)
      Thanks,
      Amy

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    2. Hi Amy,
      Just came back to your tutorial via G+ after such a long time - still love it just the same !
      Because I make fabric handbags I would also like your permission to sell a scarf like yours as a matching accessory. Will email you re this. Wonder how Brit is getting on, doing hers !?
      Bye for now,
      Kiki ( AlikiBags )

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  71. Hi I just linked to this tutorial on my blog, hope you don't mind! Loving your work.

    Suze x

    http://thejoyofsew.blogspot.com

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  72. Absolutely STUNNING! Thank you for your awesome generosity. I will start mine this weekend and will post on Pinterest!

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  73. Absolutely GORGEOUS!! Thanks for sharing!

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  74. This is so pretty!

    Would love it if you would share it with my readers and post it on my web site - www.ohmy-creative.com

    Susan

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  75. Just made a red one for my mom, gorgeous! Now my girls want one. Love how affordable this project is. Thank you for sharing.

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  76. This is awesome... thanks! I am definitely doing this for a girls night activity.

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  77. Hi Amy

    I did a posting about your tutorial, love it! I also put it on Pinerest! Here is the posting. http://felting.craftgossip.com/2012/03/01/felt-flower-scarf-tutorial/

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  78. Oooh, this scarf is so pretty! I really want to make one for myself now...just have to search for the perfect felt at my local fabric store. :) Thank you so much for your tutorial.

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  79. wow! i have to try this!tfs

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  80. I found this via my daughter-in-law's pinterest page. She's got a two year old and another baby due in May so I'm making this for her as a surprise. Your tutorial was very easy to follow and mine is looking great so far! Thanks so much for the instructions and a great idea!!

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  81. This is amazing! Thanks for sharing. I'm totally going to try to make one this weekend.

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  82. Love it! I just posted about this tutorial and linked back to you on my blog! Thanks for posting! Love your blog!

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  83. Thanks for the tutorial is very nice, if you want to see that you've done I would appreciate the visit
    many kisses

    http://micasitadepajaros.blogspot.com.es/2012/03/fieltro-y-mi-ripple.html

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  84. Thanks for a wonderful tutorial. I think you have helped to give birth to many new flowered scarves! When I can take a break from sewing my aprons, I will have some fun with this project. I will share this on Pinterest and link back to you to spread good word of you there.

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  85. Fabulous!! Thanks for your kind tutorial, I'm gonna make one :) Thanks for sharing!

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  86. Beautiful:) Thank you for sharing!

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  87. Amei!!!! obrigada por compartilhar!

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  88. Hard to be gushing enough to compliment and thank you for this BRILLIANT tutorial !
    Kiki x

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  89. These flowers are looking pretty on women's neck can we buy this sort of flowers from market?
    Send Gift Pakistan

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  90. I have become felt crazy and will now have to run off to the fabric store to get materials to make several of these Send gifts to Pakistan from UK.

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  91. Ideas I have recommended your site to the followers of my blog, especially the accessories that indicate how wide the accessories you'll get pregnant. Congratulations for the work.

    I'm from Brazil, visit my blog (pedebebeecia.wordpress.com)

    kiss

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  92. Just finishered my scarf, turned out great! Thank you so much for sharing!!!!

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  93. i just got alllllmost done with my scarf when I realized I didn't have any thread that would coordinate effectively to stich the flowers. So it's on hold until tomorrow...BUT it is so pretty, even my boyfriend said "oh that is cute!!!" I can't wait to share a pic, mine is fleece (only because that is all I had on hand today when I came across your blog on pinterest!) and it is staggered colors in the flowers of Fuschia circles and brown leopard circles. ADORABLE! I know I'm going to have to make more when I finally show it off.

    Thank you so much for the great idea!
    Dianne

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    1. Hi Dianne, How did it work out with the fleece? I made one in felt (100% acrylic is what the store had) and it looks really cute but is sort of itchy. Is there a certain kind of fleece you used? I'd love to see a pic when you are done! Thanks!

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  94. I'll follow this procedure for making decorations. Its a great idea for home decorating.
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  95. Hi Amy! First of all, thank you for this tutorial!! It's simply amazing!
    I finished my scarf and it turned out great! (my husband even mentioned it was cute and original).
    I took some pictures of it, let me know if you want to see them (don't know where I can post them). I changed one thing though, I made the flowers that go behind my neck smaller (I don't like the "bulkiness" you get behind your neck when you wear scarfs).
    THANKS SO MUCH!

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  96. Love love love this scarf! It's such a simple, elegant idea. Thanks so much for sharing this tutorial! I run a frugal website and I do a feature called the Frugal Pin of the Day where I feature awesome frugal projects I find on Pinterest, and today your tutorial was the project I shared. Thanks so much for the awesome project (I can see it's majorly popular!) and here's the link if you are interested in checking out the post about it:
    http://anexerciseinfrugality.com/2012/10/frugal-pin-of-the-day-22.html
    Thanks again! :)
    -Rose

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  97. Hi nice Post written by you guys. It is amazing and wonderful to visit your site. Thank a ton for such a nice post.
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  98. Just finished pinning one of these out of knit-back fleece (sorta sweatshirty on the back, but fleecy fuzzy on the front. Nice and thin.) Ended up using 17 flowers, though I did only use five layers and probably made them smaller than the averaged 5 in for the largest circle. Absolutely one of my favourite scarves. Making a whole slew of them for Christmas gifts, and may end up theming a winter party around a luau so I can give them out as leis! Lazy day crafting picture: http://instagram.com/p/RSxDqmyKy5/ I'll make sure to post a better one when it and the other colours are all done.

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  99. Cheers for your post, you made a beautiful guide for making flowers. What a nice beautiful post.

    bridal bouquets manhattan beach

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  100. Super cute! Just found this on Pinterest. I'm gonna make my Mom, me & daughter matching ones for Xmas! I'll be sure to stop back and share! Thanks!

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  101. So pretty. Had to share it on FB. I bet a two tone.flower would look great!

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  102. I just finished making my own and I love it! But it took me about 6 hours... Is that how long it took you? Maybe I'm doing something wrong or just "slow" lol. Thanks for the great tutorial! These are going to be my holiday gifts this year!

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  103. I love this idea, so cute and easy! It inspired me to re-purpose something I'd never used.

    I had a lilac fleece scarf and a fuchsia one and decided to combine them into a gift for my granddaughter. I layered the flower petals so that the colors alternated and for the base, also layered the two scarves (scalloped) so that the fuchsia one was a little bigger and created a pretty "frame" for the whole thing. My scarf was also a little shorter, (34 inches) because it's for a seven year old, so I needed less flowers (11 worked fine) thought I should stick with an uneven number for that offset look. I'm really happy with the outcome and wish I could post a picture to show you.
    Thank you for sharing your idea.

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  104. Can't wait to get started! Thanks for sharing! God bless!

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  105. I love this idea, so cute and easy! It inspired me a lot of....i love roses also.

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  106. I made this out of an acrylic wool thrift store that was a small plaid fabric. I loved the look of the frayed ends. Just finished another out of two very similar colors of green fleece. I like the varigated look both gave.

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  107. Hi! Just finished making this scarf. It came out perfect. Thanks!
    Jessica P. - Pinterest

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  108. How can I pin this scarf on Pinterest? I made one & want to share it with everyone. Thank u for sharing! God bless!

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  109. Thanks for the tutorial. It was very nice and helpful
    online florist

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  110. Great and creative post!
    Comfort color nice pants are available at wholesale rates.

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  111. Hi Amy, ADORABLE your scarf!!! Thanks SO SO much for sharing these great tutorial! Would love to have you visit me sometime.
    Have a fabulous week!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  112. Fabulous and so generous with your tutorial!
    Thank you!

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  113. HELLO, Just wanted to thank you so much for this tutorial for this lovely scarf!! I made these flowers in my Handmade Scrapbook, Once Upon A Time!! They turned out amazing!! I love them and will be making many more!!! I posted my link below so you can see how they look!! Or you can go to ebay and type in your search box MOMz....

    Jennifer


    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=171019345144&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT

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  115. Ooo this is SO PRETTY!! I would love to make one for spring wear. Can you suggest some good fabrics? I've never made anything like this before.

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  116. I really love this idea!!! Awesome tutorial! I'm thirteen, so, instead of making a scarf, I'll cater to my vintage side and make about three of these flowers, then attach them to a medium-thick gold chain. Thanks for the inspiration!! :)

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  117. Crafters begin making/creating Christmas gifts in July and since this is July...I'm getting busy! I'm sure the recipients of this scarf will be very happy. Saw this on pinterest...thanks for sharing.

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  121. I love this! Making a few as gifts for family members! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  122. Wow this is just beautiful and so easy. I'm going to make one as a Christmas gift for my mum. Thank you for sharing this .

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  123. I love this scarf and want to make them for Christmas gifts. Do you find the felt itchy around your neck? I was thinking of backing it with cotton? Thanks!

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  124. I haven't read all the replies, so forgive me if you have already answered, but how do you wash these?

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  125. THANK YOU FOR SHARING THIS...YOU MENTION THAT YOUR SURPRISE THAT THERE IS SUCH AN INTEREST IN YOUR PROJECT? WHY NOT? LOL IT'S SO PRETTY AND FEMINE. WELL, I FOUND A BLOGGER WHO HAS THE EXACT SAME PROJECT, AND SAID THEY WOULD'NT SHARE BECAUSE THEY SELL THEM....OK...BUT MAKING THESE IS NOT COMPLICATED...SO ANYONE WHO'S CREATIVE CAN MAKE THESE...SO THANKS FOR SHARING....THESE WILL MAKE GREAT CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.

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  126. Thank you for your tutorial! I saw it months maybe a year ago and pinned it... A couple weeks ago I decided to try making a different scarf... I kinda got hooked on sashay scarves... It was time to try something new! I just finished cutting all the circles.. taking a break for the night.. can't wait to finish it!

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  127. Just pinned this. I think I will try using dental floss since it looks like you have to be careful breaking the thread. Dental floss NEVER breaks.

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  128. That's so pretty! Thasks for sharing. We're adding this to our "Do for Others" Christmas project list!

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