You will need:
A scarf, leather, 2 lobster clasps, 2 key rings, pen, scissors, sewing machine (or hand-stitch with needle and thread). You can easily find these type of clasps online and you won't need to part with lots of cash. I picked up a pack of 10 for £3!
Step 2. Fold the leather piece at the skinny region. Thread on your clasp so it sits in the middle of your leather piece.
Step 3. Time to get sewing! Place the send of your scarf in between the leather parts. Make sure the fabric including those wispy ends are all tucked in. Stitch around the leather to make a square. Then stitch diagonally across to one of the corners. Repeat this by going back along one of the sides of the square and stitch diagonally in the opposite direction. This gives a good secure hold on the scarf.
Step 4. Repeat this using the second piece of leather at the other end of the scarf.
And that is it! Easy peasey! Don't worry if you don't have a sewing machine. You can still do this tutorial and stitch by hand.
As you can see, I've needed to use a key ring to attach the strap as the camera link was very small. I couldn't find a clasp thin enough to fit directly to the camera but adding a ring did the trick. You may find this is not the case for your strap and you don't need the key rings.
Can't wait to get out and use my camera now! I think this scarf was well worth holding on to and I will definitely get more use out of it now.What do you think? I personally am so pleased with how well it turned out! It was so easy and looks shop-bought!
Lots of love