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Reversible Flower Loop Scarf Pattern


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The Reversible Flower Loop Scarf is a versatile design that can be worn so many different ways. A hidden loop keeps the scarf in place and the ruffle flower adds just the right amount of charm to this little lovely. Pick two harmonizing fabrics and you will wear this lightweight scarf everywhere and with everything. April Moffatt Teaching Patterns are designed with the beginner/intermediate sewer in mind who would like to improve her sewing skills. These patterns show clear illustrations for each step of the project and explain what important terms mean that may be new to the seamstress. The skills acquired buttons underneath the patterns' name show what skills will be taught in this particular pattern.This pattern has clear illustrations each step of the way and teaches you what to do as you go through each step so you can sew with confidence. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You need to be able to thread your machine, read a simple pattern, sew a straight seam, and hand-stitch on a flower. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 6" X 54"

Recommended with this pattern

  • A sewing machine and matching thread.
  • 1 yd. exterior fabric
  • 1 yd. interior fabric

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April Moffatt Design
April Moffatt Design
I learned to sew long ago at the knees of my mom. My mom can do just about anything and I learned a lot by watching and helping her as she made my clothes, curtains, quilts, and just about anything else you can think of. I now work for various national publications writing articles and designing patterns. I also homeschool my 4 children, who are quickly growing up, and teach humanities at their part-time classical school. In my "free time" I make patterns to sell under my own name.