My secret is out – I love making an infinity scarf because it’s the easiest project EVER. Once you locate a cute knit fabric, there is literally ONE step to this project (if you don’t count the measuring and cutting!). You can embellish these until your heart is content or keep them simple. These scarves are so stunning and warm, make a few extra infinity scarves for last minute gifts. Follow these super simple instructions!
- 2.5 Yards of 60″ wide Knit fabric, jersey or lightweight interlock
- Sewing machine and thread
- Rotary cutter (affiliate), cutting board and ruler
- Measure and cut your fabric so it is 75″ x 32″.
- Pin your ends together with the right sides facing each other. Start pinning at the center and work your way outwards.
- Sew your ends together using a zig-zag stitch with a 1/4 inch seam allowance. This is the only seam to sew – knit fabrics don’t fray, so we’re leaving the long sides unfinished! Pretty cool, huh?
- Turn the scarf right side out. Loop it around twice to make it scarf length.
- Either wrap it up as a gift or drape it on yourself and look FABULOUS!