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Homestuck Eridan/RoxyScarf Tutorial

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THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT SO PLEASE READ IT
THE RECTANGLES SHOULD BE CUT BY
4.5 BY 5 INCHES
I REPEAT
4.5 BY 5 INCHES
NOT
NOT NOT NOT
NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT
I LITERALLY CANNOT CAPS LOCK THIS ENOUGH I GET SO MANY QUESTIONS ASKING FOR THE CORRECT MEASUREMENTS
NOT
2.5 BY 2 INCHES
THAT WOULD BE A RATHER ABSURD SCARF


** And of course if you wanted to make a Roxy scarf you would just get two different shades of pink whoops.

Big file wow, hopefully it's readable.
I'm really bad at making tutorials or instructing people how to do things I don't know why I'm a tutor.
I got an anon ask on Tumblr for a tutorial so I thought I would post it on dA as well. If you want to have this on your blog for whatever reason it may be, please do not repost, rather you can use this:
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Please keep in mind I was writing this at 5 am and I am falling asleep at my chair as I write this description so if there are any grammar mistakes, spelling mistakes, or punctuation, etc. please ignore it and use context clues. If you have any questions about this tutorial please do not hesitate to ask. But I do ask that you look over previous comments so I don't have to answer a similar one many times over.
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potatowithaheart's avatar
Sorry if this sounds like a stupid question

So that means on the 18th rectangle we lay down we repeat the color then keep going with the pattern?
MidoriAoki's avatar
Good tutorial thank you very much!
I'm going to make a Erisolsprite scarf and couldn't think of how big the stripes should be. But I'm not using fleece because....I don't want to die of a heatstroke in spring (but it would be so fluffy with fleece!)
Allonsy97's avatar
DAT FACE!!! XD
RainaB's avatar
Yeah Im making a Roxy scarf sorry Eridan
Tatumsowninsaneworld's avatar
XD AT LEAST MAKE THEM BOTH!!!  Just to make him feel better!!
Dat-assassin's avatar
Would you mind if I made a video inspired by this tutorial? I promise I will give you all the credits, starting at the beginning to the end.  
GentlemanlySpam's avatar
I wouldn't mind at all! And I would love to see it, so when you finish creating your video, if you could please send it to me that'd be super appreciated! c:
ZephyrOfStar's avatar
Screw you eridan I am makin a Roxy scarf
(or my OC's scarf, whichever one I would prefer)
nightrainkatana's avatar
dat beautiful face ;3
EllisElric's avatar
How does one turn a scarf inside out? That confuses me. Do you just like... I don't know. Can someone explain this to me?
InsideImmortaI's avatar
You sew two identical scarves. And then you sew them together by the sides.
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EllisElric's avatar
Uhhhhghgghghghh. I'll need all the luck I can get. xD
TheNalvor's avatar
Which side did you leave open to turn right side out? A small side or a long side?
NikkiN1234's avatar
okay, even with the false measurements of 2x2.5 it is litterally impossible to only be able to use half a yard of each, and ESPECIALLY with the revised, 4.5x5. it just doesn't work out! a yard is 36x36, and the full measurement of fabric from 18*4.5 and 18*5 = 81x90. What on earth???? I'm so confused by all of this!
NikkiN1234's avatar
ah i figured it out im sorry i'm dumb
GentlemanlySpam's avatar
It's okay!! I was literally getting ready to reply until I saw your reply to yourself lmao. But yeah math is silly especially when it comes to sewing so don't sweat it pal 
spookbaby's avatar
Umm.. I didn't really figure it out... I use the metric system, so I'm not really familiar with yards, but how many square yards would I need?
ImageRemanente's avatar
Thanks a lot for the tutorial ! I'm making my scarf right now and it really helps. x3
GentlemanlySpam's avatar
No problem! Hopefully it helps, good luck!
plainity's avatar
hey um i was thinking could this be done with just a needle??
GentlemanlySpam's avatar
Yes this certainly could be! If you mean hand sewing, it would take a long time, depending on how fast you sew, but this definitely could be done by hand, yes!
(Hopefully that is what you were asking ahh, I do apologize!)
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