I had a little fit of must-sew-something-immediately yesterday (don't you love that??) so I scanned my fabric shelves for something that wanted to be made into something. We were going to a fire at a friends house last night, so I guess I might have had bundling up in the back of my mind. This Navajo-ish, southwestern flannel was all "hey, I want to go to that fire!" and I was all "ok!", so this infinity scarf was born!
So the print is flannel, and I had a small amount of super soft cotton batiste in like the exact same color - just several shades lighter. I LOVE these fabrics together! The batiste was just barely sheer, so I sandwiched plain white cotton muslin in between the two, so it would be opaque. That gave the scarf a really nice weight, it's warm and toasty.
Please excuse the signs of Winter deck neglect...
I don't have a tutorial for this - there are several great ones out there - no need to reinvent the wheel. Here are a few that I know of, if you want specific instructions:
Roughly, mine measured (before sewing) 64" x 12". I had to cut the batiste into two 32ish" x 12" pieces and then I sewed those together to get my 64" piece. Easy peasy. I really recommend this project for anyone new to sewing - it's very easy and very fast! And you can combine really any types of fabric you want to.
Hey I didn't crop my head out! :)
So there you have it! A super quick, super warm-yet-springy infinity scarf. Loves it.
Have a good rest of your weekend all! I'm going to go poking about in my yard for signs of life because I saw daffodils yesterday when I was driving around. :)