I adore those loose-fitting jersey knit wraps. So, when I saw this project on Pinterest, I just HAD to try it out! Check out the original post here at Behind the Seams.
Here are the materials it said you will need:
1. 60 inches of your choice of fabric (I chose a brown jersey knit)
3. Measuring tape / Yardstick
Here's what to do:
1. Hold the fabric horizontally. Fold it in half.
2. Measure 6 inches down from the top and 6 inches in from the fold. *Note: I decided to change this to 8 inches each, just in case the holes were too close together.
3. Cut an 8-inch vertical slit in the fabric.
4. When you open the fabric, you will have two arm holes.
Well, apparently I'm Oompa Loopma sized, because when I tried on my DIY wrap it dragged the ground. I looked like a Jedi! So I cut half of the length off the bottom. So much better...
Plus, with the leftover fabric, I can tie a knot in the ends and wear it as an infinity scarf! Win-win!
Again, very fun and simple project to do with friends! Next project, three t-shirt scarves!
See ya! Amy