I've had this material for awhile and knew I wanted to make a scarf. This scarf is for those who like a bit of personality with their pieces.
Because the edges are frayed!
They fray a little more each time you wear it.
When the fraying gets a bit too long, you just trim it (making sure not to cut into the seam).
Here's how I made a frayed edges scarf:
Trim the excess fabric as close to the stitch as you can without cutting into the stitching.
Now let the fraying begin on its own!
This is made from a lightweight fabric, but it's long and thick, so it would be great for fall and light winter days!