Scarves: What allow me to wear v-neck shirts year round, even when there’s snow whipping into my ears. Here’s a handful of DIY scarves to try out this year.
The creator of this snazzy scarf claims it can be made in just 15 minutes. That’s less time than it takes to boil a pot of tea, so why not try it?
Anyone who’s been paying attention to fashion knows about circle scarves (also called “infinity scarves”), as they’re super duper popular. So it’s no surprise that this made it on the list. I love that you can wear it looped twice, looped once, or as a shawl.
Downfall of most scarves: They fall off or get blown around just when you need them most. Maria Torti solved this problem by adding buttons, and she shows you how in this tutorial.
I really, really, really like this layered, ruffled scarf.
This is such a clever idea– adding lace to the ends of a scarf. I’ll take one in brown with antique handmade lacyness, please.
Not quite a scarf, but working on the same idea as the infinity ones, this cowl is just gorgeous. I especially like the gathering in the front. And it’s reversible. Say no more.