Nixxi, Jada-Lee Watson, DIY tutorials, eco-fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable fashion, sustainable style, Canada

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES

  • 1 yard of fabric
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape

Nixxi, Jada-Lee Watson, DIY tutorials, eco-fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable fashion, sustainable style, Canada

STEP ONE

Place the fabric on a flat surface. Cut a rectangular piece measuring 30×85 inches. You can also cut the fabric narrower, shorter, or longer for a different fit/size.

Nixxi, Jada-Lee Watson, DIY tutorials, eco-fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable fashion, sustainable style, Canada

STEP TWO

Fold one-third of fabric over lengthwise. At the center of fabric length, and from the folded-over edge of the fabric, cut two 5-inch slits 13 inches apart for armhole openings.

Nixxi, Jada-Lee Watson, DIY tutorials, eco-fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable fashion, sustainable style, Canada

This should leave you with a 10-inch-long armhole once the fabric is opened up.

Nixxi, Jada-Lee Watson, DIY tutorials, eco-fashion, ethical fashion, green fashion, sustainable fashion, sustainable style, Canada

STEP THREE

The wrap is super-versatile—try playing around with tying the ends of the fabric around your body to cinch it up. Turn it upside down to wear a hooded scarf or shawl. Drape and accessorize the wrap with a belt or brooch for various looks.

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