Edited to add: This tute was featured on Ucreate! Wahoo!!
I saw a scarf at the store the other day that was made from jersey knit and sewed together at the ends creating a loop. I loved it and decided I had to make one of my own with my jersey fabric leftovers.
It's so simple... have you noticed that's my new "thing" lately btw? The easier the better I think. Hope that's okay ;)
So I cut mine to be 94" X 10" but you can do any size you like. If you make it wider it can even be worn as a hood. I just sewed the 10" ends together with a small seam allowance (about 1/4") and called it good. With jersey fabric the ends wont ravel.
That's really all there is to it! I just bought some cute cream fabric that will be perfect for these so I will be adding them to my Etsy shop soon :)
Thanks for reading!!
Simple is my friend! This is a very cute idea, and it's adorable on you.ReplyDelete
This is my kind of project: quick, easy and looking fab! Thank you for sharing; I am adding link to your tutorial from my blog :)ReplyDelete
I love simple too! and this looks so great on you!ReplyDelete
Your scarf looks great! I love scarfs. Thanks for sharing your tutorial. I will be linking to your great project.ReplyDelete
I love scarfs. I will be making one like this very soon! Thanks!ReplyDelete
Super cute! I have seen "infinity" scarves or whatever, the big loop kind, but worry that I wouldn't know how to wear them... I should be more adventurous. ;)ReplyDelete
That is a wonderful idea! I love it! Thanks for sharing how you made yours.ReplyDelete
I am in LOVE with the scarf around your neck! It is so uncomplicated but stylish.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous idea! I love that you can make it wider and wear it as a hood...I LOVE hoods:)ReplyDelete
I am a new reader to your blog and must say that I find you very inspiring. Keep sharing!
I just found a stash of jersy fabric I bought a couple of months ago...guess what I'm making tomorrow?! I will most definitely link to you if mine turn out as pretty as yours and I share on Sunny Bug. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
easy is bestReplyDelete
has long been a motto
we love your scarf btw
My kind of project- I love it!ReplyDelete
Really neat! I'd love to try and make one.ReplyDelete