Back in December we shared a free pattern for our women's infinity scarf. It is super easy to make and even doubles as a breastfeeding cover! Now a couple months later we decided that we shouldn't leave our daughters out of the picture, so today we have a new infinity scarf pattern made just for the littles in your life! Here is Stephanie Baker with her tutorial:
My sweet almost-3-year-old begged me for a scarf the other day, as I wrapped my own around my neck as we were leaving the house. She looked at me and asked "pretty please could you make me one!" So I promised her that when I picked her up from school that day, she too would have a scarf. This project is so quick and can be done with a 1/2 yard of knit.
Step 1: Cut one piece of knit 18" x WOF (width of fabric, at least 50")
Step 2: Fold fabric lengthwise with right sides facing and pin together. Sew pinned edge using 3/8" seam allowance. Once you are done sewing, flip your tube of fabric right side out.
Step 3: Take one end of your tube and fold the raw edge in 1".
Step 4: Take the opposite end of your tube and push it through the opening you just folded under.
Pin all four layers together and sew 3/8" from the folded edge, being sure to back stitch at the beginning and the end.
You are DONE! How easy is that? Doesn't it make you want to sew a few more!?
Let's Create! ~ Kristen