Another Easy Infinity Scarf DIY

As you may have noticed, I'm addicted to scarves! In my last scarf post, I used a pretty pin to attach the ends together and instantly made an infinity scarf. With this large zebra print scarf, I decided to stitch the ends together. 

This scarf had fringe on the ends, and I contemplated tying the fringe together, but was determined to use my sewing machine!

I tied fringe on scarf #2. Scroll all the way down to see how that one turned out!

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Scarf #1

Step 1. Pin the right sides together at the ends. 

Step 2. Stitch straight along the edge. I cut the fringe off after the first stitch, but you could cut it sooner.

Step 3. Stitch again. I did this because the material is very loose and thin. 

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VOILA!

The finished infinity scarf!

Total time: 10 minutes.

Scarf #2

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As mentioned above, on this scarf I decided to tie the end fringe together. I did this because the scarf has sequins in it, as does the fringe. It would be illegal to remove any extra bling!

One by one, I triple knotted each piece of fringe. I tied it so the fringe was out. It's hard to say which is the "right" or "wrong" side.

 

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The finished "Fringed" infinity scarf. 

Total time: 20 minutes