Monday, March 26, 2012

Easy Three Step Scarf

I think its time for a tutorial! Gosh I've got so many projects I've started that need some finishing and posting. Maybe if the CRAZY WINDS- and I'm talking enough to make me jump out of my bed (winds never wake me up!)- stick around today, I'll finish up a few projects!
Today I want to show you how to make a little scarf ! I love this scarf. Its lightweight enough to wear year round! And it dresses up a lot of my boring t-shirts. I do plan on making more scarves in the near future so watch out! :)

Easy Three Step Scarf

Supplies needed:
Lightweight fabric of your choice (about a half  of a yard)
Needle and thread

Step 1- Fold your fabric in half, hamburger style. Cut two pieces, mine are about five inches wide 
(They don't have to be cut perfect!)

Step 2- Un-fold (Haha) your two pieces, lay them on top of each other, right sides together. Pin both of the short ends together.

Step 3- Stitch the pinned edges together and voila! You have a super cute infinity scarf!

You could hem the edges if you are worried about them fraying, but I like to just let the ends do their own thing!
I wrap mine around three or four times. And sometimes I even knot the scarf instead of wrapping it. The possibilities are oh so endless with these bad boys.

Now go make one, or three!

I'm thinking a floral print would be so cute!

Any fun projects you guys are working on???

Linking up to Made By You Monday


  1. I love this! Can't wait to try it! I want to make several for this spring, it really changes the outfit. :)


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