10 Minute Infinity Scarf

I have been seeing these infinity scarfs all over Pinterest lately and wanted to do a version of my own. I actually don’t own an infinity scarf so I thought this would be a perfect addition to my closet. After making it and realizing how super simple and quick the project was, I think I will make a few more in different colors to match my outfits. This scarf literally took about 10 minutes to make and most of the time was spent putting on the buttons. It’s a really simple project that any beginner or child can do. You can accessorize it any way you want. I chose to do buttons but you can do lace, contrasting binding etc. You can fold this scarf three times around for a snug look like the way I wore it or just twice around for a draped look. It’s very versatile.

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Here it is with just a two fold. It gives a nice draping effect that will compliment any outfit.

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Here is what you need:

Your first step is to fold your strip lengthwise right sides together and sew all the way down. Once you finish sewing, turn it inside out.

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IMG_2732 IMG_2733 IMG_2734 Now that you have your tube, you can go ahead and accessorize it any way you want. I did large contrasting buttons on mine.

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That’s it! Enjoy your scarf.

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Thanks for visiting and Happy Sewing,

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