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I folded the scarf in half, lining up the two sides and pinned them together. I got out my rotary cutter and ruler and made an even cut to remove the fringe.
Then I sewed a the two pieces together with a straight stitch. I made a zig zag stitch next to the first stitch to help with fraying.
And done! I know the seam is visible but when I put the scarf on I make sure it is in the back and facing my neck. You can’t tell I didn’t make a perfect stitch. I am in love with both of these scarfs now! Too bad winter seems to be over because I want to wear them all the time.
The next 10 days are supposed to be in the 60-70 degree range so I am not complaining about that! This has been the most mild winter and earliest spring that I can ever remember in Northeast Ohio. Usually in mid March we are lucky to have a one or two warm days.