Today I made scarves! I had leftover fabric that needed to be purged from my craft closest and decided that scarves would be the best way to clean out that closet. I first took two large rectangles of fabric, one in a brown chiffon like and one a floral rayon blend. I stitched them together to make one long rectangle. Then I fold them in half right sides together and stitched up the long side. I turned it right side out and stitched closed the bottom and bam an infinity scarf. FAST and easy!
The next one took some more work. First I started with 2 7 inch wide rectangles and strips of pink. I stitched the pink up to make two long ruffles. I pinned those ruffles to the long sides of one of the black rectangles. I then placed the other rectangle on top of this rectangle and pinned the ruffles in the inside. I was making a tube full of ruffles. I stitched closed the tube on the long sides. Next I turned it right side out.
Lastly, I was running out of fabric, and just made two long black rectangles again. I took some left over striped material and made ruffles from it. I wanted a sloppy look so I did not serge the edges. I layered two rolls of ruffles on each end of one rectangle and stitched in place with a zig zag. Then I made another tube using the last black rectangle and stitched that baby closed in all but a small area so I could turn it right sides out. I slip stitched it closed. I like it!!!!