Well, lovely peeps, I'm retiring my scarf-making days for the shop. However, I did want to give everyone the ability to make their own scarves. Did you know my first DIY project was an infinity scarf? I also did this one a month later. I'm a big fan of them, I tell ya! So now I'm teaching you how to make your own double-sided infinity scarf. Plus, making your own saves you a bit of dinero if you were eyeing one of my designs. *wink!*
2 yards of fabric (I used this fleece one, but any fabric you desire can work)
needle and thread
1. Fold your two yards of fabric in half, lengthwise, wrong side facing out.
2. Using the sewing machine, stitch the long edges together, which creates a "tube". Once done, turn the fabric right side out.
3. To sew the ends closed, make sure to face the right side of the fabric to right side of the other end. Stitch the circle as much as your sewing machine allows.
4. There will be a small section left, which you can hand-stitch closed.
This may sound tacky as heck, but I'm a big fan of my "Summertime Float" design. If I had to pick my favorite Disney foods, the Dole Whip Float from the Tiki Juice Bar would top the list. So refreshing, easy to eat, and the one thing I probably won't share with you. I dressed like it for Halloween for goodness sake! The pattern, inspired by the delicious treat, is currently taking care of my ipad, was used for a circle skirt, and has even been featured on mouse ears. Now it's going to keep me nice and warm during the winter months. :)
Hi! I'm Amy
I draw, make, and occasionally tell a story.