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I've seen so many cute scarves this season, and decided to make my own.
I had a piece of leftover chiffon material and went to work to make myself a quick, easy infinity scarf!
Here is how:
Step 1: Lay out your material on a flat surface. My material was chiffon and it measured about 18" x 4', but you could experiment with different widths, lengths and materials!
Step 2: Fold your material in half and line up the raw edges.
Step 3: Sew the raw edges together.
Step 4: Turn your scarf inside out so the frayed edges are on the inside.
Step 5: Lay out the scarf with the seam facing up in the center.
Step 6: Fold the scarf in half lengthwise so the frayed edges line up at the top.
Step 7: Sew the frayed edges on the top together. I used a straight stitch to attach them, and then a zigzag stitch over the edge so it wouldn't fray.
Step 8: Turn the scarf inside out again, so the top edge you just sewed is on the inside.
Now, you're done! You can wrap the scarf or tie it in a clever way! The perfect accessory to any outfit . . . made with a piece of scrap material!
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