Today I am here today to inform you about the easiest sewing project you can do and it is the infinity scarf. Infinity scarves are my siren song and as far as I’m concerned, one can never have too many. They are an ideal complement, both for spring nights with a vaporous fabric and for winter with thicker fabrics.
How to make an infinity scarf?
I have a habit of buying every scarf that catches my attention and that is not a big expense for my pocket, I learned to whip them myself and save a little money.
You will need:
- Rotary cutter
- Cutting base
- Sewing machine
First, you will want to cut the fabric. I use my rotary blade to cut out and make a piece that was 68x152Cms / 27 “x 60”.
Once the fabric is the size you want (the wider it is, the more bulky the scarf will be), fold it in half lengthwise and pin the narrower ends together. This is where we are going to do the sewing.
When I said this was an easy project, I wasn’t kidding. If you can sew a straight line, you can make a scarf. If you are nervous or haven’t worked with this type of fabric before, try a piece of cloth first. It stretches a bit, but it’s still easy to work with.
Check the seam you just did. If you want to add a zig-zag stitch around the outer edges of the scarf, now is the time to do it, this way it is better finished, but there is no problem in leaving the fabric to cut if it bothers you. Once you’ve added the (totally optional) zig-zag stitch, you’re done, finished scarf.
My fabric was a rest that was 50% off the normal price, which means that the price of this project has been very low. If you need to get some coordinating thread or a new blade for your rotary cutter, it is still a very inexpensive project.
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