Rosette Scarf

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Rosette Scarf
SeamstressErin Currie

This easy-to-sew scarf bedecked with eye-catching flowers is a guaranteed attention-grabber. Show your Valentine's Day spirit and turn some heads with this fun, flirty, floral scarf.

Materials
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Materials

To make your own rosette scarf, you will need a half yard of fabric, thread, scissors, a needle or a sewing machine, and pins. You will need to use fabric that won't unravel, such as felt or fleece.

Cutting the Scarf
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Cutting the Scarf

Cut a strip from the fabric that is 6-8 inches wide and the full length of the fabric, selvedge to selvedge. Cut off the selvedges. This will be your scarf base.

Cutting the Flowers
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Cutting the Flowers

Cut the same number of large, medium and small circles of fabric. Perfect circles and exact measurements are not necessary. The scarf pictured has 12 sets of circles that are roughly 4 inches, 3 inches and 2 inches wide.

Trimming the Flowers
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Trimming the Flowers

Trim the edges of the circles so that they are flower shaped.

Stacking the Flowers
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Stacking the Flowers

Stack the flowers -- small on top of medium on top of large.

Sewing the Flowers
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Sewing the Flowers

Fold a stack of circles in half and stitch a 3/8 inch long seam, by hand or with a sewing machine, perpendicular to the fold in the center of the circle.

Sewing the Flowers
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Sewing the Flowers

Fold the stitched stack of of circles in half the other direction and stitch a similar 3/8 inch seam.

Sewing the Flowers
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Sewing the Flowers

Repeat the stitching process with all of your flowers to give them dimension.

Assembling the Scarf
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Assembling the Scarf

Arrange the flowers on the scarf base and pin them in place.

Assembling the Scarf
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Assembling the Scarf

Stitch each flower to the scarf base by putting a few stitches through the very center of the flower, either by hand or by machine.

Assembling the Scarf
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Assembling the Scarf

To keep the flowers from flopping around too much, tack the large circle to the scarf base with a few stitches in a few locations that will be hidden underneath the medium circle.

Finished Scarf
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Finished Scarf

Happy Valentine's Day and happy crafting from SeamstressErin of SeamstressErin.com!

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