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Ruffled Fabric Beanie and Scarf

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I never quite got around to cleaning my craft room after making my ruffled infinity scarf a few weeks ago, so I still had a couple of different colored ruffle fabric pieces laying around. (Any family members reading this blog can keep their sarcastic thoughts regarding the cleanliness of my craft room to themselves-ha ha…)

I have purple, fuchsia, yellow and light blue ruffled fabric in my stash and after looking at the fabric for the last week, I decided to make my daughter a scarf and matching beanie hat before I put the fabric away.

ruffle fabric scarf and hat

As I contemplated how I wanted to photograph the hat and scarf, I got lucky with a few things and managed to take some adorable pictures of my kids!

Number 1, we had a cold front blow through the day before and dropped the temps into the 50’s so she was able to wear this little absolutely adorable outfit I bought her last year at Crazy 8 (love that place.)
Number 2, the clouds hid the sun all day and we had a cloudy hazy day.
Number 3, My hubby finally made the little tent frame I had been asking for. (I planned to drape the quilt top over the frame, but it was too short.)
Number 4, the hubby was also planning to take the kids to see a moviea, so I was able to bribe them to pose for me…

Yes, they loved that little lantern…  I found it at hobby lobby when that had the big spring clearance, it was 70% off and I grabbed it!

I could barely get my son to look up from taking apart the acorns, but that’s ok, he was really just an “accessory” for these pictures.  I was grateful we were able to get a few shots of him without the dreaded “turtle-neck.” He picked out his own outfit, and did pretty good IMO.  (As long as you don’t notice his pullover is actually inside out!)

To make the scarf, I just cut the ruffle fabric 8 inches by 58 inches, then folded the fabric in half and stitched along the edge and left the scarf ends raw.  If you want an infinity scarf, you can follow my directions here.

To make the beanie hat, I used my beanie hat tutorial found here.  (Actually, after I took these pictures I ended up tightening the hat up about 1/2 inch.)

Have you made anything fun with ruffle fabric?

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  1. Mary K.- In the boondocks says:

    Very cute! You have great models!

  2. Andrea from The Train To Crazy says:

    Adorable photo shoot! The hats so cute!

  3. Very nice…I agree these could be from a catalog!
    Just beautiful!'
    I am always inspired by your projects!
    Thanks for linking up this week to the Creative Inspirations Party!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

  4. Our Pinteresting Family says:

    What a sweet little hat and scarf. I agree with the previous poster this looks like a catalog shoot..maybe Boden or Hanna Andersson. Great job! Megan

  5. It's All Connected says:

    You could have passed those pics and the outfit off as a catalogue shoot! Well done! ~ Maureen

  6. Donna Wucherer says:

    These are really cute! Tahnks for sharing.
    Donna @onceuponasewingmachine.com


    Adorable! I just crocheted myself one!


  8. I love it! The photography is AWESOME too! I would love to have you stop by 'Or so she says…' today and share some of your great ideas with my readers! The 'Your Great Idea' link party runs every Sat through Tuesday. Hope to see you there! http://www.oneshetwoshe.com

  9. Debi Bolocofsky says:

    I love the beanie and scarf. They are really pretty. I have a link party on Wednesdays, and I would love it if you would link this and any other posts. It is called Wednesdays Adorned From Above Link Party. It runs from Wednesday to Sundays.
    I hope to see you there. I am your newest follower, and I would love for your to follow me also. Have a great Day.
    Debi Bolocofsky
    Adorned From Above

  10. The Copes says:

    Love your creations! And the pics of your kids are pretty terrific, too. My one question is whether or not ruffle fabric is as easy-peasy to work with as you make it out to be …

    1. Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom says:

      Thank you! It is not that hard to work with, you just have to go slow and use pins to make sure the ruffles stay in place and don't fold over into the seams when you are sewing.

  11. Shirley Ann says:

    Love the hat and scarf! I just love working with the ruffle fabric. I just ordered some to make my girls each skirts for their chorus concert. Everything just looks lovely with it, no matter what the project!

  12. I think it's adorable too, and so are your pictures!

  13. Sunae Reilly says:

    Love this, and I must say these pictures are adorable!

  14. Jamie — love the hat and scarf — and the photo shot setup very nice as well.