1. Cut you fabric 90"x18".
3. Fold the scarf in half and press. Then open it and fold in towards the middle crease with both sides. This will make 3 pressed folds and will be your guide for your stitches. (you can mark them but I just used the press marks)
But I'm not done. White is a little boring so I wanted to try and dye it another color. I wasn't sure how the fabric would react to the dye so I just decided to go with it.
Here is how to use dye:
1. Fill a pot of water that will cover your clothing, 1 cup of salt, and put it on the stove to boil.
2. In another measuring cup add 2 cups of hot water, the dye packet (I used Rit dye), and a cap full of vinegar. Mix together and add to the water pot.
5. Throw the clothing in the washer and wash with laundry soap. Then put it in the dryer to set the color.
**Again polyester does not dye well so my scarf turned out a bit lighter than the intended color of mustard. But I still like the lemon yellow color. Cotton fabrics dye the best.