What you'll need:
• a fabric store
• a couple of dollars
Step 2) Bring the roll up to the cutting counter and have them cut you half a meter (about 20 inches). A little more or less is fine, this will vary the width of your scarf. You should be left with a long rectangle. Ask nicely if the kind cutting person could cut off the end for you if they are raw.
BOOM! You have your scarf. Pay. Walk out. Wrap that sucker around your neck.
Here are a couple I made today. Each one cost me less than $5...and I used a gift card I got from my great friend Adriana, so they were free to me. Told you I was frugal.