Take a step BACK! Reading blogs is awesome. I seriously LOVE blogging. I love the blog world. I love seeing what others come up with, but if you are feeling like I just described...just stop! Take a break. My new goal for my next year of blogging is to not care about what the blog world "says", but to just enjoy being me and sewing stuff for my family that is fun and quality.
So with all that said....I got some of my creativity back and wanted to share! While a Ruffle Neck Cowl isn't necessarily a new idea, this is my version of being fun and adding some practicality! I hope you enjoy it and try to make it, too! It's really pretty easy!
You will need:
- 1/4 of a yard of fabric, I used fleece
- a button
- Scissors, thread, etc
- stabilizer or (notebook paper)
To start, lay out your fabric and cut off about 8 inches from the length of your fabric.
Put some stabilizer or notebook paper underneath your fleece to help the buttonhole foot glide easier and not get caught below. Make sure you create the button hole in the center of both lines of thread towards the end of one side.
Make them for gifts! And let me see! I love seeing what you guys create!
***Looking to make this into a child ruffle neck scarf? It's easy! Just cut a smaller width to your scarf, maybe 4 - 5 inches total across, same length! Follow the rest of the directions above and seriously adorable-ness on your child!***
And as usual, if you make something using a Designs By Sessa tutorial, please upload a photo of your awesome item to the DBS Flickr pool! I wanna see!!!