Kristína Krišicovie

Kristína Krišicovie

Kristína Krišicovie
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DIY Lululemon’s Vinyasa Scarf Tutorial from Hammers and High Heels. Previous Pinner said, "This is such an easy DIY and only takes a 1.5 yards of fabric and snaps.... At Lululemon’s site you can find...a video on all the ways to wear it. From Lululemon’s site: The possibilities are (nearly) endless with this cozy, customizable circle scarf.... a scarf, a wrap, a shrug, a hood – you name it! ... My post contains the link for the PDF booklet that is so helpful and could be printed out."

DIY Lululemon’s Vinyasa Scarf Tutorial from Hammers and High Heels. This is such an easy DIY and only takes a yards of fabric and snaps. Also Hammers and High Heels has even made this DIY scarf more versatile than the original. At Lululemon’s.

Project: DIY draped vest

Jessamity: Project: DIY draped vest: I have some of these scarves that would make nice vests (as in a different pin, I like the belted scarf idea. Not really my colors though)

This skirt would look great made using jeresy. What a great idea. Clothing #DIY #skirt

DIY Draped Skirt…no sew. The girl in the pics is actually using an old H scarf, but any jersey fabric (roughly wide and long) will do. Just wrap, twist and tuck (and maybe add a safety pin to keep it all in place!

how to tie a toga. I feel like this will come in handy. Cuz honestly you never really know what I'll want to wear one day.

Read in this article the stylish ways to tie a beach sarong step by step. which cover: How to tie a beach sarong. how to wear a beach sarong Different ways to

INSANELY CLEVER!   2-way cabled vest/cowl - *Inspiration* this one is knit but you could easily crochet this so pull out your favorite scarf pattern and get to crocheting. You may need to adjust the width of the scarf. Once your scarf is long enough, wrap it around yourself and tack the ends to each other then tack the 2 back edges to each other, take it off and sew where you tacked using matching yarn.

cabled vest/cowl - *Inspiration* this one is knit but you could easily crochet this so pull out your favorite scarf pattern and get to crocheting. You may need to adjust the width of the scarf. Once your scarf is long enough, wrap it around yourse.