All you need are the following items: Your project, yarn, hook, scissors and measuring tape.
1. Figure out how long you want your fringe to be, double it and cut your yarn 1" longer than that. I wanted my finished fringe length to be 6" so I cut strips of yarn at 13" long so I had extra to play with.
2: Fold your yarn in half (I used 2 strands to really emphasis the fringe on my project!) and pull the loop through your project using your hook.
3: Pull the hanging ends of the fringe through the loop.
4: Pull firmly on the ends to tighten the knot you just made. Give your fringe a trim so that all the ends lay nice and even.
Voila! You are now sporting one of the hottest trends for 2016!
Looking for a pattern to add some fringe to? The photos above show my Shelby Triangle Cowl, however, the Ally Scarf (shown in green) would be beautiful and the Rigby Scarf is a free pattern that would also look spectacular with this embellishment!