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Sashiko DIY Scarf

By: Jax Sirotiak for craftpaperscissors.com
Updated September 12, 2018
Sashiko DIY Scarf
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Learn how to make a scarf that is insanely on trend and chic with the Sashiko DIY Scarf tutorial. We love great DIY scarf projects, and this free sewing tutorial shows you how to use your leftover yarn to create a traditional sashiko stitch. This traditional stitch work originated in the mountains of Japan during the 17th century. Primarily, it was used by farmers to strengthen their clothing and to add extra durability. This would make a fabulous homemade gift for a stylish and trendy buddy in your life.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine

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I love the sharp contrast between the scarf material and the embroidery. What a great way to get a new look out of something you already have!

Quite different scarf, yet I would like to try the tutorial for sewing this project. Using yarn for stitching design on fabric is new to me.

I love big scarves like this one! They are perfect for turning jeans and a plain top into a full-fledged outfit. I also love the colors of this one.

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