Scarves are gorgeous, but they don't just have to be tied around your neck. Here you will alternate & fun ways to use scarves ... big scarves, little scarves, long scarves, short scarves - they're all here.
This is a light and flirty look with wide sleeves and fitted around the midriff, making it both elegant and figure flattering. http://www.fionamackayyoung.com/sew-scarves-videos/midriff-length-top-3-scarves/
http://www.fionamackayyoung.com/sew-scarves-videos/long-sleeved-batwing-top/ This is a very versatile top - light and airy for warm days, easy to pop over a warmer top on cooler days or evenings. 4 scarves, straight stitching, one size fits all, make in under 2 hours.
The easiest. The quickest. The most versatile of all the Sew with Scarves projects. Uses 2 scarves (& a variation using only 1 scarf), straight stitching, no cutting, one size fits all. Takes less than 2 hours to make. Fabulous!
Instructions on YouTube - "Sew with Scarves: A Casual Throw Top with 3 Variations" Front-Tie Casual Throw. 2 scarves, 1 stitched seam, perfect for beginner to advanced sewers. Classy, elegant and pretty.
Instructions on YouTube - "Sew with Scarves: A Casual Throw Top with 3 Variations". Back-Tie Casual Throw one of 3 Variations. Made with 2 scarves, one straight line of stitching, suitable for beginner to advanced sewers. Quick, easy, gorgeous!
Instructions on YouTube - "Sew with Scarves - A Casual Throw Top with 3 Variations". Original Throw Top. 2 scarves, 1 straight stitched seam, ideal for beginner to advanced sewers. Comfortable, light and sassy.
Instructions on YouTube - "Sew with Scarves: A Short Caftan" Cool, breezy and slimming, made with 2 scarves, 4 straight lines of stitching, no cutting. Suitable for all levels of sewing expertise including beginner.
6 DIY Kimono tutorials - Andrea's Notebook Thankyou - been meaning to look for kimono tutorials online and you saved me the bother, so now I can make one in time for my hols - out of a lovely old sari!