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DIY Infinity Scarves: A Quick and Easy Guide



Introduction

Infinity scarves are not only stylish but also versatile accessories that can elevate any outfit. The best part? Making your own infinity scarf is a breeze, even for beginners! In this step-by-step guide, we'll walk you through the process of creating a cozy and chic infinity scarf to keep you warm and fashionable.

Materials You'll Need

  1. Fabric: Choose a soft and warm fabric that complements your style. Knit fabrics, fleece, and jersey work well for infinity scarves. You'll need approximately 2 yards of fabric, but this can vary based on your preferred length and width.

  2. Scissors: A good pair of fabric scissors will make cutting your fabric a smooth process.

  3. Measuring Tape or Ruler: To measure and cut your fabric accurately.

  4. Sewing Machine (or Needle and Thread): A sewing machine will speed up the process, but you can hand-sew if you prefer.

  5. Pins: To secure your fabric in place while sewing.



Step-by-Step Guide

Step 1: Measure and Cut the Fabric

  1. Lay out your fabric on a flat surface.

  2. Determine the desired length and width for your infinity scarf. A common size is approximately 60 inches in circumference and 14 inches in width.

  3. Use a measuring tape or ruler to mark the dimensions on your fabric.

  4. Cut along the marked lines to create a rectangular piece of fabric.

Step 2: Fold and Pin

  1. Fold the fabric in half lengthwise with the right sides facing each other.

  2. Pin the long edge, creating a long tube with the wrong side of the fabric on the outside.

Step 3: Sew the Seam

  1. Using a sewing machine or hand-sewing, stitch along the pinned edge, leaving a small seam allowance (around 1/2 inch).

  2. If using a sewing machine, backstitch at the beginning and end to secure the seam.

Step 4: Turn Right Side Out

  1. Turn the fabric right side out, so the seam is on the inside.

  2. Lay the tube flat, making sure the seam is in the center.

Step 5: Create the Infinity

  1. Twist one end of the tube 180 degrees.

  2. Match the twisted end to the other end, creating a loop.

  3. Pin the ends together.

Step 6: Sew the Ends

  1. Stitch the pinned ends together, making sure to backstitch for durability.

  2. Trim any excess thread.

Step 7: Final Touches

  1. Press the seam to make it neat.

  2. Try on your new infinity scarf and adjust the twist to your liking.

Congratulations! You've just created your own stylish and cozy infinity scarf. Feel free to experiment with different fabrics, lengths, and widths to suit your personal style. These scarves also make wonderful handmade gifts for friends and family. Now go ahead, wrap yourself in warmth and fashion!


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Use this code to get 10% off when class resumes: CODE: 10Off-sew

Join our In-Person class in Brampton or Online Sewing class Beginners Sewing class 

Location: 85 CHAROLAIS BLVD, BRAMPTON (COMMUNITY CENTER)

Or

Online: Google Meet


If you are looking for In-person or Online Sewing Classes, Group sewing Events, or Private sewing sessions please contact at 416-742-9931 or 647-915-9803 or gellis@infintemodestydesigns.com



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