If you’ve been around Sweet C’s for a while, you probably remember this tutorial I did for a 5 minute infinity scarf.
With the weather turning colder, it is getting all sorts of new traffic. And new questions.
Since I did the original post when I was first starting out, I didn’t have the best instructions up. I wanted to add this little pictorial to help you out if you have any questions!
(please don’t just copy all the pictures and put them in one long chain on pinterest. I work really hard on my blog and traffic helps me offset my costs- which helps me bring you awesome, free content!!).
For written directions, please visit my original post here.
Important note: I am using a darker thread in this post (and a small scrap of fabric to illustrate- this is NOT to scale), with a zig zag stitch. This is purely so you can see the steps easily.
When making your scarf, use a straight stitch in a coordinating thread so you don’t see it. (The zig zag stitch makes the inside seams visible when flipped right side out- they will not be visible with a straight stitch.)
(please see note above about stitch choices- your final product will not look this funky- I chose dark thread in a zig-zag stitch so you can see the seams- you will not chose them for your finished scarves!!!!)
For additional scarf styling considerations, here are a few ideas and tips:
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