What to do with a bagful of scarves?

I was given a bagful of scarves and would like suggestions for a really cool project. Not pillowcases or table runner, please.
Thanks for suggestions.

  8 answers
  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Apr 08, 2018
    Ive seen some people frame the high dollar designer ones that are very decorative.

    The thin material might make interesting fabric to cover a lampshade.

  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Apr 08, 2018
    Hi Toye,
    Here are some various project that might interest you. Have fun with your scarves. BTW, there are a lot more ideas online. You can use your search engine with the words ' diy scarf projects ' to find more. Wishing you the best.

    • Toye Toye on Apr 08, 2018
      Thanks for that link, Linda. Lots of interesting projects.

  • Happy Days Hometalker Happy Days Hometalker on Apr 08, 2018
    I use a very large scarf as a " bed scarf " like they have in fancy hotels.

  • Lina Splichal Lina Splichal on Apr 08, 2018
    ew the lightweight scarves them together end-to-end and braid or crochet them into: placemat, rug, blanket, etc. Donate the warm and large scarves that are large enough to nursing homes or the local mother's group. They work well for cold shoulders or knees, as well as a cover for nursing babies. If they are slightly stretchy (gauze, rayon, polyester or cotton) they might be the right size for swaddling a baby. They could be cut down or sewn together to measure 12" to 24" squares for children's blankies. You can modpodge them onto plain lamp shades or drape them through/around items displayed in your house. Hang sheer ones over a small window to provide privacy while allowing light to come through. Check online for multitudes of ways to wrap and wear them. Wrap them around your waist to jazz up a plain dress. Sew two together to cover a pillow form. Tack them around a window or door frame. Wrap them around a rounded wire hanger for a wreath. Roll a sheer one up against the rear seat car window to cut sun glare on your child's face. Modpodge one on door. Put one in a frame without the glass and use it to store jewelry. Good luck!

  • Lynn Lynn on Apr 08, 2018
    Cut into strips create braids hot glue a continuous rope to out side of baskets, vases, old wicker baskets to give a colorful updated look

  • Liv Liv on Apr 08, 2018
    Find any canvas painting at your local thrift store(your gonna be covering it up so the appearance doesn't matter. Staple a pretty scarf to it for a unique piece of art.

  • Eroque022810 Eroque022810 on Apr 09, 2018
    Make a crazy quilt.