Shimmy Shimmy Infinity Scarf {Tutorial}

One of the items I've been wanting to make for a while is a sewn infinity scarf.  Some time ago, I came across DIY Raven's video tutorial on how she makes her circle scarves.

If you've been reading my blog for a while, you're well aware of my fabric stash.  So, in an effort to destash, I thought this scarf project was perfect.  Now I will admit that I often browse the remnant sections of the fabric departments just in case I find a cool piece of fabric.  And I think I did when I came across exactly one yard of  this bright pink sequined material.  I will admit that sewing on stretchy, sequined material did pose a challege at first, but an adjustment in tension and an occasion wiping down of the appropriate needle to remove the gluey gunk that tends to build up on it solved my problems.  I am quite pleased with this project and will be taking it with me to the arts show.

I would be tempted to keep this scarf for myself, but even though I have a heart for the color pink, this shade was a bit too much for me to wear (IMO), but I love to look at it.  :-)  I hope it finds a happy home.

I can see more of these scarves and variations of these scarves in  my future.  Thanks, Raven!

Wanna see the tutorial?  Look below!

Wanna check out Raven's blog?  Find it here at  :-)

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Enjoy and Happy Crafting,


  1. I'm sure a scarf as pretty as this will find a good and happy home soon. :-)

  2. Beautiful scarf, looks light enough for the spring. I can see myself wearing this!

  3. I'm sure that color would work with just about any skin tone. Very nice!

  4. I'm going to pull out my sewing machine too this weekend. Love the scarf and thanks for the link!

  5. I have the same tendency. I like working with bright colors, but think they're too much for me when it comes to wearing them, lol! Sometimes I surprise myself though and wear it anyway!

    This is a beautiful scarf, Lib. It looks like it'd be great for a night out!


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