DIY: Another type of infinity scarf


 Want to make a super quick and easy scarf that's super cute?
It's similar to the one I made a couple months back, but it takes half the time & just as cute!
 Find an old jersey knit shirt that you don't mind cutting up- I use to love this shirt, but over the years it has definitely started to show it's wear. 
{When I went to cut it up, I found 3 different holes- Oh my.}

Here's what you'll need:
  • 1 old jersey knit shirt
  • Scissors
  • Needle & Thread

1. Cut the fabric into 1 inch strips 
{Smaller if you want thinner strands, Bigger if you want thicker strands}
 Pull strands so that they roll and hide the cut edges
{When I cut my material, I cut through the hem lines, so I just lined those up together}
2. Gather together individual strands
3&4. Once the strands are together, take an extra strand you have already cut and wrap it around the strands to give it a finished look & to keep the strands together.
Sew the strand in place underneath where it will sit against your neck.
{Keep it from being visible}
5. Finished! 

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1 comment:

  1. I've seen this DIY project on A Pretty Penny before, but it hasn't gotten old! You did a great job.


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