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DIY Infinity Scarf

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I love infinity scarves. I had a lot of leftover fabric from the Jumper Dress that I made, so I decided to use that to make an infinity scarf. Here is how I did it.

First, You will need fabric that is at least 72 inches long (or cut two 36 inches [1 yard]) and the width is up to you, but the width of mine was 24 inches.

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First thing you will sew is the ends of the 36 inch pieces together.

Once you do that, with the wrong side of fabric out, you will fold those in half, sew across the top and down the side of the fabric.

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Now reach in and flip your fabric out.

This is how the ends of the scarf should look so far.

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Now, fold the edges of the open end in for a clean seam.

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Now, insert the already sewn end into the open end you just folded inward.

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Now sew the ends together.

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And there you have it! Your very own infinity scarf!

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14 thoughts on “DIY Infinity Scarf”

  1. We just made 4 of these. Thank you for a good explanation and can’t wait to gift these this Christmas! We have about 8 more to go! 😉

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