It took a while to get on board the Infinity Scarf trainend, but I am now 100% engaged. I've always loved scarves and pretty much wear one every day in every season. There's something I love about the easy accessorizing and in colder months the coziness of a warm neck. A warm neck seems to keep everything else toasty. But as I mentioned, I wasn't really sure about the infinity scarf look as a self-professed scarf purist. Pretty lame and snobby, right? I think so too. Well, I'm happy to say that self-improvement is alive and well, friends! I fell in love with some remnant minky material at my fabric store last weekend and paired it with a pleated gros grain ribbon trim I found in the upholstery trim section (a great place to score larger scale trims!). 

Here's what you'll need to make a cozy infinity scarf in 15 minutes:

  • Piece of 60" x 24" fabric
  • 62" festive trim. Try the upholstery section of your fabric store for something unique and larger scale to hold up to the large cozy style of the scarf.
  • Coordinating thread
  • Sewing machine
  • Scissors
  • Iron
Here's how you'll make a cozy infinity scarf in 15 minutes: - Finish your trim ends. For gros grain ribbon or trim, take a lighter and swipe the flame across the end to seal the ends. For other trims, use a little clear nail polish to finish ends. - Fold fabric in half, with right sides of fabric facing each other and matching long cut edges. Pin together. - Insert trim between right sides and trim facing fold - Start 2" from one end and begin sewing with at 5/8" inseam. End sewing 2" before you reach the end of your fabric - Turn your tube right side out - Fold 4" of unsewn edge into scarf making sure your trim edges line up - Hand stitch (or machine if you're using a chunky fabric like mine that will hide the stitch) the scarf closed. - Et voila! C'est tout!   sew an infinity scarf in 15 minutes from natural maker mom at satsuma designs
Tags: Crafty


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