Infinity Tube Scarf

Added Aug 16, 2011

by fabricworm

Paso Robles, Cal...

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Description

Fall is upon us and the chills are breezing through our studio! So for a little lunch break pick me up, our very own Fabricworm Staffer Bre, came up with this super quick and easy Tube Scarf! It literally takes 10-15 minutes to cut out and sew together. And it only takes a yard of fabric! These are the kind of projects we love. Cute, simple, fast, and ready to wear now!

Anna Maria Horner Little Folks Village Path Sea Voile and Anna Maria Horner Forest Hills Moonlight Flannel from www.fabricworm.com were used for this scarf.

Tutorial created by Breana (treelessbark on burdastyle) for Fabricworm.com

Material Notes

You need a ½ yard of each print. A flannel and voile by Anna Maria Horner were used for this scarf.

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Fall, Winter
For
Unisex
Garment Type
Accessories
Style
Bohemian, Casual, Classic, Grunge, Mod, Other, Preppy
Material
Cotton, Blends, Flannel, Knits/Jersey, Other, Wool

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  • Marsha_h_id_large

    Aug 16, 2011, 12.13 PMby tessi

    …perhaps I was thinking of a Mobius scarf…..?

  • Marsha_h_id_large

    Aug 16, 2011, 12.11 PMby tessi

    Great idea! However, I think that before you tuck one short end into the other short end (with the raw edges folded under), you want to make one twist in the scarf………….I think that’s correct!

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