Easy Infinity Scarf from Seven Alive

Hey friends – I have a guest today, my good friend Kadie from Seven Alive, who was so sweet to offer to share this tutorial with you while I’ve been away this week.  She is going to show you how to make an easy infinity scarf – and once you check out her tutorial, you should pop over to see her at the blog today and check out her Thursday link party!  Thanks so much for sharing here today, Kadie – you are awesome!

~ Adrianne

Hello Happy Hour Project readers!  My name is Kadie and I run the blog Seven Alive all Livin’ in a Double Wide.  I blog about all our crafty adventures, recipes, sewing, and my favorite crocheting.

I’m really excited to be here today!  I adore Adrianne and all of her craftiness.  She is such a  talented person!  
Today I’m going to show you how to make the simplest Infinity cowl for the fall.  Seriously this is one of those projects that it takes longer to write up the post than it does to make the scarf.
Start with some knit fabric.  I made a Maxi Dress in the summer so I am using scraps left over from that.  If you don’t have any scraps you could use an old t-shirt.  I used knit because it wont fray, so I didn’t have to hem it or finish off my edges.
Please excuse the little foot in the photo.  My kiddos get just as excited as I do to make things.
Straighten up all your edges  {if you need tips on that I have a tutorial} then lay it out and put a twist in the bottom.  The strip of fabric I used is 46 inches long and 9 inches wide.  You can make yours longer or shorter if you want.  The longer you make it the more times you can wrap it around your neck.
With front sides together sew a straight seam and then a zig-zag stitch so it has a little stretch to it.
If you have a Serger you could just serge it.  
That’s it!  Put it on to dress up your favorite sweater and jeans.
You can wear it doubled up or single.  Even though it’s a light weight fabric it help keep the chill off your neck.  Thanks so much for letting me be here today Adrianne. 
We would love to see you over at the Double Wide sometime. 

Comments

  1. Repeat Crafter Me says

    Great idea Kadie! Super cute too! I need to add one of these to my fall wardrobe :) -Sarah

  2. Danni Baird says

    Kadie, that is one cute scarf and you look gorgeous! I always admire your crochet projects (even though I don't possess that skill) and I thought this was going to be another one! Imagine my surprise when I saw it was something I could actually make! Yay!
    Adrianne, thanks for sharing Kadie with everyone. I'm a long time follower of hers and she is awesome!

  3. ramsaygrace says

    Such a cute look, and Kadie makes it look so easy! I especially like how you used recycled materials to make something fun. Another great project!

  4. Betty says

    Hi Adrianne! I'm very happy to discover your blog! It's full of creative and cute ideas. Many years ago I discovered the beautiful world of beads and now it becomes my passion, but I love handmade in all its aspect!
    So from now on it will be a pleasure to me to follow you and your creativity!
    Greetings from Italy
    Betty

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