|I gave this one a twist before joining -- mobius style|
I do wash, dry, and iron fabric first. Even it up on your cutting mat. Then cut it however long and wide you want yours to be. I would suggest buying a yard.
Press the short ends about a quarter to half inch down to provide a hemmed-look edge. Fold inside out in half lengthwise. Sew 1/4 to 1/2 inch seam lengthwise.
Flip right side out.
Pin short ends together in a circular manner. You can only pin to a certain point. Then begin stitching this together on your machine. Again, you can only sew so far because it becomes too tight. Stitch as far as you can and remove from machine, hand stitch the rest.
Flip that part over and you've got yourself a scarf! I think a pretty pin would be a nice accent.