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How to Turn a Scarf Into an Infinity Scarf

How to Turn a Scarf Into an Infinity Scarf
How to Turn a Scarf Into an Infinity Scarf
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Ever have a crochet scarf that you just love, but you wish was an infinity scarf? This How to Turn a Scarf Into an Infinity Scarf is the perfect tutorial to solve all of these problems. Not only are you going to learn a super easy way to connect two ends of your DIY scarf, but this is a great easy technique even if you are making a scarf from start to finish. Keep up with all your favorite trends by making all of your favorite scarves into infinity scarves! ​To get this exact look, try using Red Heart Grande for a super fast and super soft scarf!


Materials List

  • Finished scarf
  • Plastic sewing needle
  • Same color of yarn

How to Turn a Scarf Into an Infinity Scarf

How to Make an Infinity Scarf Instructions

  1. Lay one side of your scarf right side up, and bring the other end of the scarf in line with it wrong side up. 

  2. Put your yarn through your plastic needle, and grab that last chain in your scarf. Pull that yarn through your good end and leave yourself a tail. 

  3. Go across to your chain one stitch and make sure they line up. Go up from the bottom when sewing and pull your yarn all the way through. 

  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you get to the end of your project. 

  5. Pull both ends of your yarn to bring all the ends together. Be sure to give a strong tug but do not scrunch your seams and ends of your scarf up together. 

  6. Weave your ends in together and you're all done!

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I am sure we all have a scarf that we are itching to do something to it to make it new again. How nice and easy to take that scarf now and upcycle it into an infinity scarf. I never even thought to do that. Great job.

I am so glad that I am part of a community of forward thinkers. I know there are a lot of us out there with at least one scarf we would love to up-cycle because we would prefer to keep it instead of donating. This is the perfect opportunity to do just that. Thanks for the idea.

This is a useful tutorial if you are like me and prefer cowls and infinity scarves over regular scarves. It teaches you how to change any scarf pattern into an infinity scarf. I know i will be using this tutorial a lot since I have a million scarf patterns that have a really nice stitch patterns, but never end up getting used.


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