White Winter Girl’s Stole Pattern and Tips for Working with Faux Fur

Stole pattern

Stole pattern

This stole pattern is made by Amy at Friends stitched together. Here's what Amy has to say about her project:

Every month, my son’s school has a dress-up day and for December the theme was “Narnia”. My nieces go to the school as well, so I ended up making costumes for the Green Witch, Susan, Peter, the White Witch, and Aslan (you can see them all here). I made a fur stole for the White Witch costume and have a pattern to share with you, as well as some tips for working with faux fur. My niece is six, but this would work for a younger girl by shortening the scarf pieces and for an older girl by lengthening and widening them.

You will need:

  • The pattern: Stole Pattern
  • 1/2 yard of faux fur (you will only use half, but you need the length) or another appropriate fabric such as minky or velvet
  • 1/2 yard lining fabric
  • 3″ of cord/ribbon/elastic
  • 1 button
  • Comb or seam ripper
  • Scissors – both your regular fabric scissors and a small, sharp pair
  • Ruler
  • Sharpie (black or silver – this is discussed further down)
  • Vacuum
  • Seam allowance is 1/2″

Find more details on the stole pattern and working with faux fur tips here.

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