How to Make Three Buttoning Designs from Fringed Scarvescomments (3) March 20th, 2009
This one will work best with a wider scarf—mine is about 1 foot wide by about 5 feet long. It's basically just a much larger version of the first style, with the whole scarf overlapping on itself like that instead of the halved scarf.
To make it, use the same knotted fringe loops as buttonholes technique to make as many loops as you want, and sew the buttons on accordingly. It should be overlapping so that the two fringed edges are at a 90-degree angle, each lined up parallel to the side edge from the other side. There are two ways you can wear this style: You can wear it as a kind of shawl/poncho to keep your shoulders warm...
...Or you can pull it up from the back, twist it behind your neck, and pull it down over your head to create a cozy cowl with cute buttony features.
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