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January 09, 2011


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Debbie Roberts

Oh I think I need to have a good look at this and have a go myself.

What sort of thickness fabrics are they? x


Oooo, what a unique way to wrap pressies, & its the perfect time to do a post on it as it gives us a whole year to collect scarfs for christmas from shops, car boots & charity stores.

I wonder if bandanas would work, I have a couple of unused ones waiting for a project to scream out to them.


Fantastic idea! Wondering if I could make patchwork ones out of bits and pieces of left-over fabric ... Inspirational!


What a fab idea Kel, I'm going to try this


Fab post, another great reason to haunt the charity shops, and so easy to store soft silky squares. I want to get out there and find them right now (but am snowed in - again!).

Lynne V

Fantastic idea. I'm going to try your idea too.


They are brilliant!


K, Bandanas would definitely work for smaller items - I've even used (new!) hankies before that had nice stripes on them. And Alexa, patchwork ones would be very pretty, but to keep the knots nice, the seams would have to be very flat and simple.

Be sure and share pictures, everyone - of your charity shop finds and pretty parcels!

Kel x


Great idea. I have lots of offcuts of material that could be put to good use.


I have never heard of this but I love it and can see myself collecting scarves and material all year too

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