Want one, but don't have the time to make your own?
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Infinity scarves are fun to wear and easy to make. Making your own allows you the freedom to create something completely unique to your style that no-one else will have. First, gather supplies. I usually get my fabric from the clearance section - for some reason fabric that I think is excellent for infinity scarfs typically ends up in the clearance section. In the picture above, I have made scarfs from what JoAnns terms "teen fashion" fabric, knit and lace. I have made scarves from flannel as well and those are excellent for fall weather.
I generally buy 3/4 of a yard of fabric that is apx. 60" wide - if I love the fabric and it is not quite so wide I will use it anyhow. If there is a remnant that is a bit longer, I will take all of it.
This is an excellent beginning sewing project and one that teens would enjoy as well.
First, cut your fabric - you want to cut the full 60" length and cut it 25" wide. You can play with the length and width a bit. I almost never am exact and if the fabric counter cut it 27" - I just use that.
Next, fold the fabric, right sides together along the long edge. Pin in place - I can be lazy at times and skip this step, but with knit fabric I would not advise skipping - it can stretch and that will ensure you don't end up with a catywhampus (official term) end.