Created by: Crochet Bay
Project

Free to Be Scarf

What are you most proud of? Definitely the way it looked on her and just how happy she was with the results. It is nice when your customers let you know their money was well spent. What advice would you give someone starting this project? I take a little different approach to freeform than most. I like to have an idea what the piece will become. I will typically sketch out a basic shape and then cut a plastic or pattern to use as a guide for shaping. For those of you who would like to cut your own patterns, I also SELL white plastic sheeting. It works much better than paper because it drapes just like fabric and does not tear. The sheeting is white and the same consistency as a large white trash bag. The dimensions of each plastic sheet is 3 feet X 5 feet. They are $0.50 each OR 12 for $5.00.

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  • If it was in my "scrap" bag....it was probably in this Scarf. This was a freeform scrumble project and I had so much fun making it.

Project Description

What are you most proud of? Definitely the way it looked on her and just how happy she was with the results. It is nice when your customers let you know their money was well spent. What advice would you give someone starting this project? I take a little different approach to freeform than most. I like to have an idea what the piece will become. I will typically sketch out a basic shape and then cut a plastic or pattern to use as a guide for shaping. For those of you who would like to cut your own patterns, I also SELL white plastic sheeting. It works much better than paper because it drapes just like fabric and does not tear. The sheeting is white and the same consistency as a large white trash bag. The dimensions of each plastic sheet is 3 feet X 5 feet. They are $0.50 each OR 12 for $5.00.

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