1. Cut the fabric. Cut a 25 inch / 64 cm wide strip of cloth over the entire width of 60 inches / 150 cm.
It is a good idea to pre-wash the fabric before sewing. This will solve any possible shrinkage or chromatic aberration problems.
If you need to, just measure a large rectangle from the fabric and you can choose. If you don't use stretch fabric, be sure to make a wider measurement.
2. Place the fabric and fold it. Make the right side facing each other. Match the long sides and fix them together.
3. Long side of the seam:
Sewing along the long side. Start at 3 inches / 7.5 cm from one end and maintain a 1/2 inch / 1.2 cm seam.
Iron the seams and open the seams. This will help stitch the stitch into the fabric.
Place the right side of the scarf facing out. Now you will have a "tube" fabric that will form the length of the scarf.
4. Sew the short sides together:
Open the short end of the scarf. Align the edge of the short edge with the right side neatly. Fixed in place; you won't be fully fixed and there will be a gap.
Sew the short side into a 1/2 inch / 1.2 cm stitch. Depending on the fabric used, this may require a little effort.
Iron the ends as before.
5. Turn the scarf to roll the seam allowance to the inside. There is still a hole (opening). The slip stitch closes the opening.
6. Finish. Try it and loop it back and stay comfortable.