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Faux Fur Scarf

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Intermediate

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Pattern Details

Unless you have been living under a rock, you would have noticed the statement of the season is a furry "something" hanging from your body or handbag. I am a practical person but I do like trends. They can be fun to follow and if you can make them yourself, you'll save a bundle and only pay a fraction of the price of buying something trendy in a store. Fur is everywhere this season. It shows a very feminine touch without being too girly. Indeed I love it because it keeps me warm and looks great. My only concern with designing a fur scarf was if it were too long, you might have to wrap it around a few times. In this case, if you are vertically challenged, as I am (5'1" or 157cm), you would just look like a boa constrictor is about to swallow you. If you're tall and can pull the look, then you are those people I admire from afar while saying to myself "next time I am born I will be tall" Congratulations! You can do whatever you want either way. I am just saying for this tutorial on a fur scarf, we will need only a small amount of fur. There will be no lining and no special tricks to complicate our lives. This faux fur scarf has a slit to capture one end of the scarf which is accentuated by a fur pompom. This will hold the scarf so you don't have to worry about it if you are biking or skiing or even just running around town. Of course, you can make it a bit bigger if you require but I think this is stylish and super convenient for almost everyone.

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