~Tech Scarf – Great gift for teens, men and techies~
Crisp breeze on your face, walking through the park and listen to music with your tech scarf. With two pockets on the outside to keep your hands warm and two pockets on the inside to store your wallet, house keys and cell phone its a must have scarf. There are hidden buttonholes to feed your ear buds through so you can keep jamming while walking in your tech scarf.
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What do I need to make the Tech Scarf?
- Main fabric (gray velour)
- Accent (Orange performance or pique knit fabric)
- Interfacing (Pellon Shape-flex or similar)
- Paper backed fusible web (Splendid web or similar)
- 2 zippers (12″ and 9″ long 5mm)
Final measurements: 9″ x 60″ long
Sewing pattern full of details
The Tech Scarf sewing pattern is full of very detailed images making the sewing process fluid and easy. This project will give you confidence to insert zippers a new and clever way, create several different ways of creating a pocket and walk you step by step.
Check out some of the images below.
Where do I get the pattern?
You can buy it right here on Sue OVery Designs website. It comes in a PDF file easy for printing or viewing on your computer or tablet.
What else do I need to make the Tech Scarf?
Here are a few of my favorite sewing notions and tools for this project.
- Matching thread – I use Aurifil
- Presser feet: Buttonhole, walking foot, zipper foot and standard sewing foot
- Ballpoint sewing needle size 12
- Iron with steam
- Press cloth (optional)
- Rotary cutter, ruler, mat
- Fabric sheers
- 5″ sharp scissors
- Thread snips
- Point turner
- Chalk or marking pen (depending upon fabric colors)
- Straight pins
- Seam ripper
- Wonder clips (small and large)
- Measuring tape
- Wonder Tape
- Painters tape or low adhesive tape
Most of these things you will have in your sewing kit already and don’t feel like you need to rush out and buy anything new for this project. Read the instructions and see what you already have to make one today!
Time to get started, download now and make one tonight!
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