DIY snood featuring gifted Millers scarf
This July, it’s all about the snood. AKA the circle scarf. AKA the infinity scarf. Call it what you will, it’s the perfect snuggly accompaniment to your winter style.
If you don’t have a snood already, I’ve got a great idea. Make yourself a DIY snood!
If you’ve got craft skills to pay the bills, then you can knit or crochet your own snood.
However, if your skills are more like mine (read non-existent), then I’ve got easy peasy lemon squeezy tips for you on how to make a DIY snood!
Firstly, take a knitted scarf, and then turn it back to front. Next, hold the seams together. With a threaded needle, just stitch the ends together. I used a blanket stitch for a nice neat finish.
Flashback to sitting at the kitchen table with my Grandma, sewing with wool, chunky needles and scraps of fabric.
Wearing my DIY snood
The chunky knit of my Millers scarf created a cowl-like chunky snood. This would also work well with a finer pashmina-like woven scarf. A fabric scarf could be doubled over and sewn in a similar fashion. It would take a more steady hand than mine, and a sewing machine might be best to create a perfect finish.
Can’t wait to see your snood style! Just tag @kimbalikes @theillusivefemme #StyleitProject when you’re sharing your #everydaystyle #WinterStyleFile daily style on Instagram.
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Millers scarf kindly gifted