I saw this cute fur scarf on net-a-porter, looked at the $1295 price and thought "I can make that" so I did and here it is.
Their scarf is 30" long, I wanted my scarf to be as close to the real thing as possible so I made my scarf the same length. You could make this scarf as long as you'd like.
Let's get to it!!!
Cut a piece of fur that is 9" wide by 31" long.
Fold the fur in half the long way with the right sides together.
Start sewing along the short side and continue around sewing all the way down the long side. 1/2" seam allowance
Leave the short side at the opposite end of the scarf open for turning
Turn the scarf right side out and hand sew the open end.
(I used a slip stitch so the stitches couldn't be seen.)
Place a pin about 1.5" to 2" from one end. Measure 4" from that pin and place another pin.
Cut a slit in the center of the scarf from one pin to the other. This will make a 4" opening to loop the scarf through.
Note: You could probably try using the buttonhole feature on your sewing machine to make a 4" buttonhole.
If you have any questions, message me and I'll get back to you ASAP