Tubular scarf DIY Tutorial

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Are all your presents ready, or do you still have someone on your list for whom you need to make something personal yet quick?

We have created a tubular scarf that you can make in a few minutes. The result is cozy and makes for a personal gift for just about anybody. The scarf is a perfect accessory for running or cycling or skiing, or just for anybody for whom you want to make an individual present.

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Tubular scarf DIY Tutorial

You need 30" or 75 cm of soft jersey fabric with 25-50% horizontal stretch. Additionally, you need a sewing machine or serger. You need to sew with a stretch seam. If you want to make a scarf with two different fabrics you need 15.5" or 38.5 cm of each fabric, but in the widths in the chart.

Choose the correct size based on head circumference. Choose a size that is close to the measurement listed under sizes.

Size S M L
  Imperial 30" X 20" 22" 24"
  Metric 75 cm X 51 cm 56 cm 61 cm


Tube scarf DIY tutorial

Fold and sew the long edge of the fabric together RSF and sew them together. If you are making your scarf in two materials, start by sewing the two together RSF, to create one piece.

Tubular scarf DIY tutorial

Fold the tube on itself RSF. Align the seams and sew. Leave 4" / 10 cm open.

Tubular scarf DIY tutorial

Turn the tube right side out.

Tubular scarf DIY tutorial

Close the hole in the tube.

Viola! One tubular scarf finished. You can now start mass production and be ready for Christmas in no time.

You can sew the tube with one fabric on the inside and another on the outside. Then it looks like this:

Tubular scarf DIY tutorial


Want to sew a matching Beanie? Find the pattern here!


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  • Sorry I’m confused with the instructions. For the fabric in a large I need a piece 30" long and 24" wide stretch on the 30"?

    Carole Unger on
  • This is so cool!

    Dagbjørt on

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