You'll need .4 meters (16") of a soft , drapey faux fur . Be careful in choosing your fur. The backing makes all the difference. If it feels stiff, it won't do.
If your fur is quite long or thick, it's best to shave the seam allowances. That's quite easy to do. Use your shears and clip off the fur as in the photo below. Be prepared for a mess!
Pin and sew the length of the scarf using a longer stitch length. I used 3.5. This will give you a long tube.
Turn right side out . Place a pin or other mark at the 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 way marks at each end of the scarf. This is an important step when you sew the two ends together but is a little hard to explain why (so I won't! Just trust me!)
Now lay the tube on your table. Twist the right hand end and butt it against the left end . ( I hope that makes sense).
This is half a twist
This is a complete twist
Pin with right sides of fur together matching the seams, the 1/4 and 1/2 marks.Sew this part of the seam and stop.
Rearrange the ends of the scarf and pin the next 1/4 of the seam. This will probably be as far as you can sew by machine.
Once you've sewn that far, you will turn in the seam allowances of the last 1/4 and either hand stitch or what I did was zig zagged it shut by just catching the fabric when I zigged and sewing off the fabric when I zagged !! Does that make sense?
I think these scarves are beautiful , elegant and so comfortable to wear . I hope you will try one!
Please let me know if the instuctions are not clear.
Bad pic but that's all I have !