- suiting wool (or any other fabric of your choice)
4. Trace the paper pattern onto the fabric.
5. Add plenty of seam allowance at the diagonal seams (and the usual seam allowance at the other seams). The diagonals will be sewn with a half french seam (pictured below) and you’ll need a double seam allowance. Then number the fabric pieces so they can be sewn together in the right order.
7. Make sure the trims change direction in the center of the scarf so the seams “fall” to either side when wearing the scarf as seen in the last picture. When making my first scarf I had sewn the seams all in one direction so when I finally wore it, the seams on one side “flopped” over….and that was a hand sewn disappointment. But, of course, this won’t happen to you.