Infinity Scarf Sew Along

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Hi friends! Today we are starting a super fun and easy Sew Along with my Winterberry Infinity Scarf Tutorial! It’s such a quick and easy make and turns out beautifully that I thought it would be the perfect thing to sew along and make for ourselves and as gifts for others! Each week I will post a tip or idea and show you a scarf using the hashtag on Instagram #infinityscarfalong (if you’ve already made some feel free to add the hashtag;-)

All you need is ONE yard of fabric and a half hour (less if you’ve made one before!). I have chosen to use rayon because of the added width and also it just feels so good! Art Gallery Fabrics rayon is especially dreamy, not only in the way it feels and sits but I also discovered that it washed and ironed up really well too! And who doesn’t love their prints?!

So this week to get you started, Fat Quarter Shop is offering  15% off the purchase of fabric by Art Gallery (excludes sale items and cannot be combined with other offers.  One use per customer.  Expires Dec 15th, 2017.) using the code FAITH15. I was so excited to get started that I ordered already! And while you are at it, why not stock up on some of your favorite Art Gallery Fabrics? You can see them all HERE.

So, it’s December 1st and if you are like me, feeling a bit panicked about the lists of things to do, places to go and gifts to buy, take a deep breath and let this little sew along be a break from all that. Grab a cup of something sweet and warm and pick out some fun fabrics to make a scarf for yourself and some for friends and just like that, you will be on your way to a handmade Holiday season. The coupon code FAITH15 is good until the 15th, but get a head start so we can start sewing next week together.

If you’ve already got rayon laying around just waiting to be used, go ahead and start sewing along with my simple tutorial, you don’t even need to pre-wash! And don’t forget to share your pictures in #infinityscarfalong!

Happy December and happy sewing along!

 

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7 Responses to “Infinity Scarf Sew Along”

  1. Dana Says:

    I have my rayon ready and I’m sew excited to join the fun and sew along! Thanks Faith 💕

  2. sherry g. Says:

    I would have LOVED to have sewn-a-long, but I am just a little overwhelmed with everything already. I am going to have fun following along though, and can’t wait to see what everyone creates.

  3. Susie Patterson Says:

    Hi, In the directions, you say “cut your fabric in half lengthwise”. Would you be able to explain that to me?
    Thank you!

    Susie

    • saranaave Says:

      Hi Susie, I am so sorry I didn’t see your question until now. You will want to lay your fabric out (I do this on the floor) and then fold it in half lengthwise so you have a long skinny piece rather than the typical way we cut our fabrics in half making more of a square. I’ll make sure to show this more properly when I post on Friday.

  4. Nina Cotonet Says:

    Hi Faith! sounds great! – The next two weeks are the last weeks at my current work and at the moment I am using every crafting time to sew some drawsting bags for my friends at the office ^_^ I have a beautiful tana lawn that I have kept for ages and I think it would be perfect for a infinity scarf so I will keep it on mind! – Yours is so pretty! that green is just dreamy. Send you big hugs Faith! you, Inspiring lady! : ) – Galia

    • saranaave Says:

      Hi Galia! So nice to hear from you! That tana lawn scarf would be beautiful!! Best wishes on leaving your job, I’m sure your friends will love and cherish their gifts from you.

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