Fall is well underway here in Southern California, but you can’t really tell. While the rest of the country (world) starts preparing their Winter clothing, we are still wearing shorts and flip flops in almost-90 degree weather.
- Cut one piece of outer fabric and one piece of lining fabric measuring 41″ by 7″.
- Cut two pieces of both outer fabric and lining measuring 7″ by 6″ for the pockets.
Place the lining fabric on top of the scarf, with right sides facing. The shirting flannel I used for this scarf doesn’t have a right or wrong side, so it didn’t matter which side faced down.
Press the whole scarf well (especially the corners) and pin the opening closed. Use a slip stitch to sew the opening closed and… YOU’RE DONE!