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Charmed Scarf Tutorial

I admit that this is not my original idea. My mom got a charmed scarf for Christmas this year and I loved it. However, it came from out of state and I wasn't about to go on a road trip just to buy a scarf so I did the next best thing and made my own.

Making a charmed scarf is insanely easy and quick to do.

  • 2 yards of light weight jersey material
  • Scissors
  • Jewelry plyers
  • Charms
  • Jewelry rings—I got mine in the bead section at Michael's Crafts. You can see a picture of what I got below. My rings are about 1.25" wide. You want to pick rings out that have approximately a 1" opening. I used used 7 rings on my scarf but you can use more or less depending on personal taste.

  • Jump rings–size depends on the rings that you get. You will want to get jump rings that loop the jewelry rings
  1. Cut a strip of fabric 18" wide by 2 yards long.
  2. Using your jump rings, attach the charms to the jewelry rings.

  3. Thread your jewelry rings with charms onto your scarf.

Told you it was easy!


  1. Ooo, it`s very nice and interesting:2 in 1.I like scarfs and jewelry but all in once is perfect! Thanks for idea!!!:))

  2. Oh my gosh it is so very easy looking. You can look at anything, and make one just like it. I love this.

  3. Thanks for sharing this post. Nice jewellery, check out ours.


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