Sewing Essentials (pins, scissors, etc.)
Video tutorial here, written below.
Scarf tutorial: The Bubble Scarf
1 – Cut out pattern
Print up the pattern (you can get assembly instructions here – but there is not need for this pattern.)
Cut out pattern pieces.
Decide how long and wide you want your scarf to be. You get to be the designer here. If you want to go the supper easy route – just use a 1/4 of fleece and that ‘s all you’ll need – no cutting involved. If you prefer longer scarves ( the shirring will shorten it a bit) you will want to sew two lengths together.
Take your circles and place them randomly on the scarf ( again you get to be the designer here) for the example scarf I mixed the sizes and placement for a more random look. Trace the circles all along the scarf for the entire length of the scarf
2- Prepping to sew
Wind your bobbin with the elastic thread. You will need to do this by hand – DO NOT do this using a machine. When you wind have a little bit of tension on the elastic so it will stay on the bobbin, but don’t pull it so tight that it really stretches around it. Just don’t think too hard about it and wind away!
3- Shirring the circles
Then using regular thread as your top thread, and the elastic thread as your bobbin thread, trace your circles with your sewing machine, making sure that you finish off the stitching after completing every circle. Do this for every circle ( see the “bubbles” start popping out of the fabric!). Once you have traced every circle you’re finished!
More Fleece Scarf Tutorials:
- You can see all of the Scarf Tutorials Here
- The Lucet Scarf (cute braided scarf)
- The shirred scarf
- The Fast Fashion scarf (warmth meets a feminine touch)
- The Charmed to meet you Scarf (scrunched scarf)
- Fleece Scarf with Fur Pockets
- Candy stripe scrunch scarf
- Chevron Scarf
- Color Block Scarf
- Saturday Morning Scarf Fleece and Jersey knit combine for the perfect scarf)