What you need:
1 yard of jersey knit fabric (this will make 2 scarves)
Scissors or rotary cutter
Wash and dry your fabric. (Always do this with new fabric, silly)
Lay your fabric out and fold it in half hamburger style (match up short ends). Find the middle and cut it in half so you have two LONG pieces. Fold your fabric in half (right sides together if there is a right side) and pin. Run a straight stitch along the SHORT end of your fabric.This will give you a loop.
Turn your loop inside out so the seam is on the inside. You can do this later if you forget, but it's easier if you do it now. Place some pins about 2 or 3 inches down from your seam. These will be a guide when you cut.
With a ruler and rotary cutter, cut strips 1 inch apart up to the pins.
After you cut all of them, you can tug on the strips and they'll bounce up and curl in.
That's it! See, I told you it was easy!
With my next one, I would maybe cut an extra strip and wrap it around my seam so you don't see it. I like how that looks. You could also do this with an old t-shirt by cutting horizontal 1-inch strips from the bottom up to create lots of separate loops. You'll stop cutting when you get to the armpits. Then, cut an extra strip and wrap them all together on one end. I'll probably hunt through my husband's shirts to see if there's a great color I can use.
Hope this makes sense. Let me know if you have any questions!