To make the scarf, all you'll need is a half yard of scrap fabric. Most fabrics are around 52 inches long when unfolded. If you get a half yard, that's 18 inches wide.
- Cut it width-ways down the middle, so you have two pieces that are 9 x 52 inches.
- Fold ever, pin and sew each long side of the strips, not the shorter side.
- Grab the one short side on each piece and sew them together, right sides facing in, leaving about an inch flap.
- Fold over the flaps and sew them down.
- Now you have one long, thin piece of fabric.
- At each ends, cut thin strips and tie to create a fringe.
An image of that you want to transfer. (remember it'll be reversed since you're stamping it.
A rubber stamp blank. (or a big pink eraser.)
Linoleum cutter tools. You can probably use an EX-acto knife if you have one.
I tried using transfer paper but it didn't work for me. The image came out too pale. But when I traced over my image on the paper, it left an indentation on the back. Then all I had to do was to gently rub the back of my image and the graphite collected on the raised parts. I laid it back over the stamp blank and rubbed the graphite over the rubber. It worked! A little pale, but not bad.
Carve away the parts you don' t need... And your stamp is made!!
To stamp it, I laid down some paper on my work surface in case the paint bleeds through, and it did. I used a glass palette. (You can use a cheap junky picture frame from goodwill.) Once you choose your color, lay it out in a flat square, just bigger than your stamp, and STAMP AWAY!