Hello! I am Stacie, and I am so excited to be posting for Kassi today. I am a new writer for Scarves.net and I have a few tips to share on some versatile uses for scarves that you may not have thought of.
1. Table Runner. Drape a clean, long, rectangular scarf over a dining table length-wise.
2. Throw Pillows. Fold a scarf to a pillow-size and shape, and use color-coordinating needle and thread to hand-stitch a throw pillow cover. For those who are sewing-challenged, you can simply wrap the pillow for an equally chic effect.
3. Quilt. Sew old scarves together to create a useful and colorful blanket.
4. Wall Art. In an interesting frame, showcase a smaller scarf or a section of a larger scarf. I found this scarf at an antique fair and I just thought it was the cutest thing. I didn’t want to hide it in a drawer only to be worn occasionally, so I framed it!
5. Curtain Valance. Display a colorful scarf as a unique window valance
6. Drapery. Simply tack together some scarves to make a unique curtain between rooms. Thrift stores are a great place to find vintage scarves for really low prices.
7. Liner. Use a scarf to line your jewelry box. This works well for scarves with holes or stains.
Hopefully these tips will help you turn your scarf into a multipurpose work of art! Thanks again to Kassi for letting me write a post, she is a truly wonderful blogger.
Stacie Grissom is a writer for Scarves.net where she writes about everything from how to clean a scarf to 37 ways to tie a scarf. In her free time, she loves to work on her DIY blog, run, and take lots of photos with her collection of old cameras.