How to Get Custom Scarves Made
Updated October 29, 2018
Scarves are a fun year-round accessory and come in a variety of sizes and materials. We work with specialty printers so your designs will be printed all over the scarf, from hem to hem!
Scarf Shapes and Sizes
Scarves come in square and rectangular shapes in a variety of sizes. The 16 x 16 inch square scarf is the smallest option and a nice neck scarf or decorative collar. The 24 x 24 inch size comes in poly jersey and is meant for bandanas. Square scarves also come in 26 by 26 or 36 by 36 inches. Rectangular scarves come in three sizes: 16 x 72, 10 x 45, 27 x 72, or 47 x 71 Inches.
Scarf material choices include poly chiffon, satin charmeuse, matte crepe, sheer poly, poly/acrylic, and jersey poly. Depending on which fabric you choose, the print will be about 50-70% visible on the backside. Satin charmeuse is the closest to silk and has a smooth texture, shiny finish, and the lowest visibility from one side to the other. Matte crepe has slightly more visibility than satin charmeuse but has a non-shiny matte finish and is a lighter weight material. Poly chiffon and sheer poly are the lightest materials with the most visibility and is ideal for warmer months. Jersey poly is slightly heavier but still a lightweight material and is ideal for bandanas. Scarves made with poly chiffon, satin charmeuse, or matte crepe have a baby rolled machine-finished hem. Sheer poly scarves have a machine sewn hemline and poly/acrylic scarves are finished with tassels.
Poly/acrylic, sheer poly, and poly jersey scarves may be machine washed in cold water and tumbled dry on low. For poly chiffon, satin charmeuse, and matte crepe scarves, hand wash in cold water. Do not agitate. Lay flat to dry. The print on these materials may fade 5-10% the first wash. If your scarf feels stiff, mist it with water and tumble in a low heat dryer for 5-10 mins