But SOMETHING is better than nothing...I'm willing to start small...
I had some gorgeous velvet/lame burnout fabric that I used for one of Loes Hinse's vest patterns something like three years ago and had a 3/8 yard remnant left over.
I hemmed and hawed over it; pulled it out of the cabinet and looked it over and then put it back more times than I could count in the past 3 years. I knew it would have to be a scarf, but it wasn't wide enough to make a decently long scarf. So I knew I'd have to seam it somehow and I was just not willing to commit, fearing I'd make it look lumpy and home made.
Today I decided I was tired of it taking up space. A scarf is always sorta rumpled up and twisted anyway...right?
So I tore it in half crosswise, seamed it into one long length and then folded it right sides together and stitched up one short end and the long edge, then I turned it right side out and pressed it lightly and hand stitched the other short end closed.
And it's a scarf.
It's' almost too long for the width, but I can wrap it extra and make it work.
And it's out of storage and into the closet. Woo hoo! ;-)