I am so excited to share this tutorial with all of my followers out there in blog world! My friend Tanya Greb with Beadandneedle.blogspot.com graciously offered to share her tutorial on fabric Infinity Scarves. She is super talented and was the most amazing teacher EVER at my brick and mortar store! Check out her site and you will see for yourself just how talented she is! I am so excited to make mine since they are all the rage right now! Thank You, Thank You, Thank You Tanya!!!!
FABRIC INFINITY SCARF TUTORIAL
I knitted a Mobius scarf (the Infinity/Mobius scarves are a continuous loop, with a permanent twist built into them) similar to this a few years back, as a gift. I’ve never made another ~ yes, the hours involved were plenty. THIS, however, can be achieved in 45 minutes or less, start to finish…with THREE sewn seams (and 5-1/2″ of hand sewing). I made four this morning, plus took photos as I went, all in under 2.5 hrs. So……..here’s how to do it.
WHAT YOU NEED: 1 yard fabric and thread! That’s it! Well, that and a sewing machine and necessities like scissors, pins, etc.
I used three 100% cotton fabrics for these, and one knit that reminds me of a top I had in the 70′s. The cottons I chose were all soft to begin with (the one above is almost a “voile” – VERY lightweight cotton. Use what you love – I washed and dried my cottons before cutting, to make sure they softened up, and/or shrunk before they were used.
WHAT YOU DO: