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Easy Sew Simple Infinity Scarf Tutorial

Finish the center seam by rolling the edge and stitching down.

Easy Sew Simple Infinity Scarf Tutorial

It is simple to sew yourself a trendy simple infinity scarf from your favorite fabric.  Cut your fabric 14 inches wide and WOF  (width of fabric – how wide your fabric is from selvage to selvage).  If your fabric has a print or line cut along the pattern as shown below.

Trim Your fabric for your scarf 14 inches wide and the width of fabric

Press the length of the scarf on either side one turn.

Press your fabric with a double turned hem

Press again for a double turned finished hem to stitch closed.

Press your fabric with a double turned hem

Stitch the double pressed hem closed on both long sides of the scarf.

Stitch the doubled folded pressed hem along the outside edges of the infinity scarf.

Back stitch at the end of your ends.

After you have stitched both sides of the scarf, fold so you are now stitching closed the selvage ends of the scarf.  Use a 1 inch seam allowance.

Sew together the two ends of the fabric to form an infinity scarf

Press open the center seam and fold over to prepare a finished look.

Press open the center sewing seam

There is no need to double roll this hem as you are working with the selvage with this piece of fabric.  If you are not working with the selvage, double roll your seam to give it a finished look.

Finish the center seam by rolling the edge and stitching down.

Enjoy your scarf!  I will upload a video for you to see the finished product!  Or visit my social media to see me trying on all three scarves that I made with this pattern!  Let me know other ideas that you might have with this scarf.  We could piece fabric together to make it have a patchwork look.  We could use strips of fabric pieces together even using raw unfinished edges.  If you have any questions, please comment below!

This is a nice quick project to get your sewjo back in full swing.  If you make a scarf please tag me on social media so I can see it!  Instagram and Facebook @stitchesquilting!

Lots of Love!

Deanna Wall Stitches Quilting Stitching Through Life

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