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Keep it all together and organized :)
I saw something similar at Ikea a while ago and decided to make one to hang my scarves.

I hope the how-to will be useful :)

(sorry in advance for my crappy english)

Posted by Caeli L. from Portugal Cove-St. Philip's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada • Published See Caeli L.'s 25 projects »
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  • How to make a scarf hanger. Scarf Hanger - Step 1
    Step 1

    First of all, we need to get rid of the triangular shape of the hanger. You will need some strength to do this and I recomend you use pliers on each ends of the hanger.

  • How to make a scarf hanger. Scarf Hanger - Step 2
    Step 2

    Measure you hanger. Divide the lenght by 3. The result will be the diameter of your circles.

  • How to make a scarf hanger. Scarf Hanger - Step 3
    Step 3

    Use a compass to draw on the cardboard the circles. Draw a smaller circle on the inside of the circle you just drew (the distance between the circles should be a little less than 1"/2cm).

    You really need to use a thick, strong cardboard, or else the result will not be that good.

  • How to make a scarf hanger. Scarf Hanger - Step 4
    Step 4

    Cut one of the circles/loops with a box cutter and use as a templet to cut all the loops. I used 9 but you can use many as you want, as long as the total number of loops is a multiple of 3.

  • How to make a scarf hanger. Scarf Hanger - Step 5
    Step 5

    Cut 1"/1,5cm stripes from your fabric and cover the loops.

  • How to make a scarf hanger. Scarf Hanger - Step 6
    Step 6

    If you're using different fabric colors, chose now the color scheme of your hanger.

  • How to make a scarf hanger. Scarf Hanger - Step 7
    Step 7

    Use the thread (I used crochet thread) to join the loops. Just wrap several times both loops with the thread.

  • How to make a scarf hanger. Scarf Hanger - Step 8
    Step 8

    This picture shows where you should join the loops.

  • How to make a scarf hanger. Scarf Hanger - Step 9
    Step 9

    Cover the hanger with fabric as you did with the cardboard loops.

  • How to make a scarf hanger. Scarf Hanger - Step 10
    Step 10

    Attach the loops to the hanger and you're done!

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Olivia M.
Olivia M.
Wow this is cute and handy. Happy I have way to many scarfs so I think that this would help me.
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Hey Carrots!
Hey Carrots! · 12 projects
So cute, love it! I'd like to make this, but I think I am too lazy to do all the fabric cutting and wrapping. Happy
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lana.
lana. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 2 projects
Great project! I'm going to make it using purple and white. Thanks. ^_^
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melissa m.
melissa m.
THANK YOU for making this! I saw this at ikea too and forgot to pick it up. In a place like Ikea a person who loves interior design can get very excited about all the awesome things you can find there and lose track of what they want (me). The closest Ikea is 2 hours away so kind of a pain in the ass to shop there.
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Dee C.
Dee C. · 1 project
What a fabulous idea. All my scarves are bundled in a box, if I had them out and organised I'd probably use them a lot more. Thanks so much for this idea.
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Caeli L.
Caeli L. · Portugal Cove-St. Philip's, Newfoundland and Labrador, CA · 25 projects
Oh Amy, please share your version, I'd love to see how it came out!
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Amy T.
Amy T. · 14 projects
I made one Happy it took FOREVER! But was well worth it, I can display all of my amazing scarves.
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♥.Pe@chy=]
♥.Pe@chy=] · Southern, Virginia, US
You are a genius=D Thanks alotttttttt
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Shannen L.
Shannen L. · Buffalo Valley, Tennessee, US · 4 projects
Great idea for this season!
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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
wooow this is a smart idea, like it, you're very clever!!!
hey congreatulations of the fuetering of your project!!!;-D
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