Scarves are considered to be the best accessories. Majority of the girls often prefer wearing scarves as accessories rather than silver jewelry, in winter specifically. Scarves are generally used for two main purposes. First, you can use it to cover your neck from cold and secondly, it can be used as a fashion accessory.
The trend seen among the girls lately is the pom-pom scarf. The reason why it is most widely used is that of its inimitable colors and shades. The scarf can be crafted easily. Here is a simple way which is a perfect guide to create a pom-pom scarf.
Gather all the stuff:
Obviously, you’ll need a few things to make your very own DIY pom-pom scarf. A list of things needed to fabricate a pom-pom scarf is 2 yards of striped knit, glue, multi-colored pom-poms, sewing machine, and scissors. Most of the things must be already available at your house. After you have collected all these things, let get started.
Stitch the Fabric:
The 2-yard cloth is enough to make 4-5 scarves. To make one cut a rectangular portion of the cloth with the scissors and stitch it equally at vertical ends. After you are done with stitching the scarf, it’s time to put on the pom-poms. Apply some glues on the areas you want to put the pom-poms on. After you’ve scattered the pom-poms all over the scarf let it rest for a while after it dries, you can wear it with any of your dresses. Check out how you can also make one without sewing! The video below is very helpful :).
Scarves can be worn with short shirts and jeans as well as miniskirts. If you want to make your scarf fancy, you can add a little glitter or beads to it. Trust me, it will definitely look amazing. If you want to make your very own DIY pom-pom scarf make try this way. It is certainly the easiest method to create a scarf. Don’t forget to match it with a perfect bag to go!
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