how to make a fabric infinity scarf (in less than 15 mins)

Here’s a dead easy something to make. All you need is some fabric, needle and thread. I used my sewing machine as well, but if you’re Amish you can stitch it by hand.

I used:
3 pieces of fabric – two were 13cm wide and one was 16cm wide, but they all need to be the same length: 180cm.

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1. With right sides facing, and with a 1cm seam allowance, sew the long sides of the pieces together. All of them.

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2. You’ll end up with a tube.

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3.  Push your arm through the tube…

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4. … and pull the end of it through to the top.

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5. With right sides together, you’re going to sew the raw edges together, leaving a 10 to 12 cm gap.  (You haven’t turned the tube inside out yet).  It’ll look like this (the arrows are to show you where I left the gap):

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6. Pull the cowl through the gap in the seam til it’s all right side out.  Slip stitch the seam closed.  Give it a light press, and it’s done!

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At this length, and especially if you’ve used stretchy t-shirty fabric, you should easily be able to get it round your neck three times, if you want to. I generally wrap mine round twice, but you can also fold it in half and pull one side through the loop for a different look.

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and if for some reason you don’t want anyone to know it’s you, you can flip one loop over your hair and smack on some sun gogs…. 

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Back soon x
PS. I’m not sure about this new blog theme. Any comments?

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24 thoughts on “how to make a fabric infinity scarf (in less than 15 mins)

      1. katechiconi

        That sounds like a pain. But they do have lots of nice themes…. you’ll find one you like even if it takes a few trials. We’ll stick with you in the process!

  1. tgonzales

    I love your scarf and the new look on your blog. Very refreshing. I still think you look like Kate Hudson and even more so with the scarf and dark glasses on. :) Love and Hugs, Tamara

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  2. onoodlesstitchcraft

    Number one; as soon as I opened your blog I thought, ooh different but nice! Then I read the post and I love this idea- just down my street and I am wondering have I got bits in my fabric hoard to make one tonight? Off to Stockholm tomorrow- just enought space in the case for a scarf like that! Your combination of prints are also lovely- just like you- cool babe in your shades!

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