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Embossed Velvet Scarf

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Category Sewing
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Romantic
Ms. Elaineous on craftsy.com

What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Velvet Scarf

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What materials did you use? Velvet, lining fabric, rubber stamps

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What are you most proud of? Sewing velvet can be a pain because it shifts. But I use the double-sided tape method that Mary demonstrated. Wow...what a time saver.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Practice first. Once you emboss the velvet, you are kind of stuck with it. I made my scarves a lot longer - -I bought 2 yards of fabric and cut 5 strips that were 72" long and about 9" wide. So I gave lots of scarves as gifts. Also, use her stamps. They work the best because they are designed for this technique.

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what kind of velvet did you buy, I know some will not emboss. Great look. I have made several stamps from old mouse pads glued to a scrap piece of 2 X 4, this allows you to make it as long as you would like, just keep glueing stamps on the wood.

10/30/2011 Flag

I bought it at Hot Potatoes - if you go to the pattern link above, it will take you to Mary's blog - then you can follow her links. But yes, you have to use a particular type of velvet.

10/31/2011 Flag

Sigh, I always enjoyed watching Carol's shows and remember the episode with her funny friend Mary. Thank you for renewing this great craft.

11/09/2011 Flag

I know. I long for the old HGTV. I did find Matt and Shari on PBS! And Mary is awesome. I ordered some stamps from her about 10 years ago. I had two of the same stamp (one for me and one for a friend), she actually called me!

11/10/2011 Flag