Summer Scarf

I know what you’re thinking…a scarf in the summer?
Definitely not in Texas.

BUT, if you’re like me…..when the summer heat comes and the A/C is pumping…..if I’m inside a store, church, or movie theater for longer than an hour, I actually start to get cold.

Solution? Summer scarf. Made of soft cotton, searsucker, or linen fabric, its girly and breezy.
This scarf is so light-weight you hardly notice it’s there (but they’ll notice your darling ruffles).
It’s the perfect accessory for a spring outing to the Poppy Festival. Or a summer evening walk along the beach.

And guess what? It’s truly one of the easiest things I’ve made. I know I tell you that a lot, but I’m not joking! Simple, simple. The largest margin of “cuteness:time spent” returns on my blog. That’s saying something, right? AND, it only takes a 1/2 yard of fabric!
You’ll be done in 30 minutes.
You can find the complete Summer Scarf Tutorial HERE.
(and in the TUTORIALS tab at the top of the blog):

It’s such an easy project, it’s a great gift for any mom or friend, and there are plenty of summer ruffles to go around.
Enjoy your afternoon!
Don’t miss the lacey purse that Lemon Squeezey Home is sharing on Ruffles and Stuff today! (and in case you didn’t see it over the weekend, check out Disney’s Mommy Graphics too):

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