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Fabric Scarf -

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Author Cottage by the Pond
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An easy-to-make, elegant scarf for spring or summer (with instructions for a winter version as well).
Perfect for:
that large-scale print you don’t want to cut in to.
that piece of elegant lace you had to have but weren’t sure where you’d use it.
trying out some of those decorative machine stitches.

This ePattern calls for quilter’s cotton and linen, but I also provide you with instructions on how to make a warmer version for winter. Also included are instructions for shortening or lengthening the scarf to your desired length, along with tips on burying the ends of your thread.

Your finished scarf will be approximately 6” wide x 53” long

This ePattern is recommended for beginners and beyond.

You will receive one 9-page ePattern in PDF format, via email, that includes:
* materials list
* easy-to-follow step-by-step tutorial-style instructions heavily illustrated with full color photographs of the finished product and various steps in the process
* Think green! To save paper and ink, and to be good to the environment, we have provided a duplicate of the text only Instructions in this pattern at the end of the PDF file for you to print. You can refer to the illustrations online if you’d like (as printing in color on an inkjet printer can be costly).

*Note: These are downloadable instructions and patterns. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.

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•1 - 7” x 54” piece of linen for the backing and a 7” x 17” piece for front middle portion (if linen is 54” wide, you’ll need 1/2 yard; if linen is 42” wide, you’ll need 1 1/2 yards, OR if you don’t mind piecing the linen backing with one seam right in the center, you can use 3/4 yard (instructions on pg. 6 for this)
•1/4 yard or 1 fat quarter of a Large-scale focal print (see “Fussy Cutting” tip)
•7” x 6” piece of sage green fabric (for 4 strips)
•7” x 12” piece of cream-colored fabric (for 2 strips)
•2 - 7” wide pieces of lace, no taller than 5”
•7” x 3” piece of lightweight fusible interfacing

Plus basic sewing supplies such as: sewing machine, ruler, cutting mat, rotary cutter, scissors, thread, iron, walking foot, etc.

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