Improv Scarf Pattern

The Imprv Scarf makes a unique modern quilting project!

This modern scarf adds a fun pop of color to any outfit. A great project for learning basic improvisational piecing, it sews up in no time. It makes a great gift, and each one is unique!

About this Quilt

Finished Size : 78" x 4"

Designed By : Alissa Haight Carlton

Take improvisational piecing out for a spin with this fun and free Improv Scarf pattern! It’s a great way to use scrap fabric and create a unique piece of wearable art.

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MATERIALS

  • 5⁄8 yd of 45″ wide woven fabric for scarf front, backing fabric #1, and patchwork (Main; shown: gray solid)
  • ¼ yd of 45″ wide woven fabric for backing fabric #2 and patchwork (Contrast A; shown: tweedy gray)
  • Four 5″ x 6″ rectangles of woven fabrics for improvisationally pieced patchwork panel (shown: two grays, golden yellow, and teal; use the Main and Contrast A fabrics if desired)
  • 3⁄8 yd of 45″ wide flannel for interlining
  • Piecing and quilting threads to match Main fabric

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