Friday, September 16, 2011

Inifinity Scarf

I love scarves! Anyone who knows me knows how great of an understatement that it. I love them all year, but especially in the Fall. One can never have too many scarves and I am so thrilled I found a tutorial on how to make my own, simple, scarf.

I came across this tutorial the other day for an infinity scarf. I own a few and really love them! This tutorial is so simple, and requires NO sewing. Even better!

Here are the two I made. The first was made using a size small maternity top {from my 1st pregnancy}. This is the perfect size to use for a little girl scarf.

See how perfectly cute that is?! I just cut the bottom part of the shirt, under the arms and then cut the trim off the bottom. {the tutorial link above will go over this in more detail}

This tank is a size large maternity, from my 3rd pregnancy. {we just won't go there, k? Mmkay}.

Again, just cut the bottom part under the arms and cut the bottom trim off. I stretched this one, since it was 100% cotton, and that made it nice and long. Perfect for wrapping several times! The edges of the green scarf have rolled, which makes it look better, I think.

Now I am on a major hunt for some cute tees that I can turn into Infinity scarves.

How about you, what's your favorite Fall accessory?


LoveFeast Table said...

I saw this tutitorial and can't wait to see how many variations you come up with! Rockin' killer scarves to co-op.

Erin @ Home with the Boys said...

I made four yesterday out of hubby's old t-shirts! I now have gray, maroon, black, green and olive! Going to check Goodwill on a 99 cent weekend for some bright colored XL tees! Love yours!

Jessica Heights said...

It looks great! :D

Lisa said...

great idea for using old clothing! I love scarves too...especially since I live in Buffalo and it gets cold early, and stays that way for a LONG time...and I had to laugh about your large maternity tank...I have a couple of those-- thinking the colors would actually make nicer scarves than the shirts they were anyway!

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