Wednesday, 18 August 2010

Nani Iro Scarf...

This was so quick it barely counts as sewing.

Nani Iro Scarf

I bought 30cms of Nani Iro double gauze. Folded it lengthwise (right sides together) & sewed up the sides leaving a gap to turn it the right way. Then I simply clipped the corners, turned it right way out & hand stitched up the hole. The whole process took about 10 minutes.

It's isn't big enough for me, but it is the perfect size for a child & being a double gauze it is lovely & soft.

10 comments:

One Flew Over said...

I love a quick sewing project!

Beautiful as always x

Mel said...

I have been lusting after that fabric to make a top ... you may have pushed me over the edge ...

nikkishell said...

I love a good spotty scarf!

harmony and rosie said...

Nani Iro's fabrics are so stunning sometimes less is more I think. I love that print and colourway, perfect for Autumn.

Leila said...

That IS lovely! I've never used any of the nani iro fabric but I do think I might have to give it a try soon.

Barbara said...

Simply beautiful fabric for a scarf ...

BundlesofBlossoms said...

I love a good quick sew project. I might make myelf and other a few of these scarves in the next couple of weekends.

Totally cute-thanks for sharing:)

Anonymous said...

I am obsessed with Nani Iro.. it's gorgeous Christie. Love Mim x

BettsyKingston said...

Such a great idea, wasn't sure what to do with some of mine.

Mon Petit Lapin said...

This looks like great material to use