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puff scarf
continuing on with my suffolk puff obsession i first made a scarflet then a large collar.

take a look on my blog for more information on this project and others :o)

Posted by vInTaGe~VioLeT from Bideford, England, United Kingdom • Published See vInTaGe~VioLeT's 44 projects »
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  • How to sew a yo yo necklace. Suffolk Puff Collars - Step 1
    Step 1

    select some fabric for your scarflet/collar - for the purple one i used a thrifted scarf it was a woven fabric with a soft brushed finish - for the gray collar i used a brand new medium sized el cheapo t-shirt.
    mark out as many circles as you can on the fabric in various sizes from very large to small - cut out circles - make puffs - lots and lots of puffs. I can make about 6 puffs in an hour.

  • How to sew a yo yo necklace. Suffolk Puff Collars - Step 2
    Step 2

    ok now you've got a big pile of puffs - arrange them into your scarf/collar - pin them and keep trying it on to fit - once you are happy with the placement,get sewing - this bit takes AGES! i did lots of over-lapping and tweaking and continuing to try it on to check how it looks.

  • How to sew a yo yo necklace. Suffolk Puff Collars - Step 3
    Step 3

    trying it on - checking the fit.

  • How to sew a yo yo necklace. Suffolk Puff Collars - Step 4
    Step 4

    on the grey collar i extended it downwards a lot more and used up every single puff i'd made from the t-shirt.

  • How to sew a yo yo necklace. Suffolk Puff Collars - Step 5
    Step 5

    i would've made this scarflet bigger but only had the one scarf to work with, it is actually very warm and not bulky so very comfortable to wear with a jacket/coat/cardi.

    i finished the scarf with a hook'n'eye fastener.

  • How to sew a yo yo necklace. Suffolk Puff Collars - Step 6
    Step 6

    finished!

  • How to sew a yo yo necklace. Suffolk Puff Collars - Step 7
    Step 7

    i loved making these scarves - they are very comfortable to wear, lovely and warm and very cheap in materials - they do however takes HOURS and HOURS to make - i've put here 7 hours but i didn't time myself and the grey one took more and the purple one took less.

    hope you like them :o)

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Heather F.
Heather F. · Searcy, Arkansas, US
how do you make a Suffolk Puff?
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michal m.
michal m. · 1 project
Great idea, beautiful project i will try it
Thank you
Happy
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kate v.
kate v. · San Pedro, Calabarzon, PH · 2 projects
I super love this project!! Great idea!!
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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
awesome idea, really cool , love it!
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pipsafi
pipsafi · Finland, Minnesota, US
It's very cute.
I'll make my own.
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pipsafi
pipsafi · Finland, Minnesota, US
Wow. It's cute.
I'll like to make my own.
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Abi
Abi · San Antonio, Texas, US · 27 projects
This is so freaking awesome!!
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Abi
Abi · San Antonio, Texas, US · 27 projects
This is so freaking awesome!!
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KMOM14
KMOM14 · Fort Wayne, Indiana, US · 373 projects
Very pretty!
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