I Sew For Fun Sewing Project Tutorial: Infinity Scarf

FREE! I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

I Sew For Fun Sewing Project Tutorial: Infinity Scarf

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FREE! I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

Make this “just like mommy” infinity scarf with just 3/8 yd. knit fabric and 2 hours of sewing time with your little sewing partner! FREE! I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial by Nancy Zieman.

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I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

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Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial

FREE! I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

Create this “just like mommy” scarf with your little partner, using a pretty knit print. It’s so easy to sew, and makes a trend setting addition to any little girls’ wardrobe.

Approximate finished size: 5-1/2″ x 18″

Supplies Needed:

• 3/8 yd. knit fabric (54″ wide)

• Coordinating, all-purpose thread

• One 4″ strip double stick fusible web, such as Lite Steam-A-Seam2

Optional: I Sew For Fun Notions:

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Instructions:

Please read all instructions before beginning. Use the width of the presser foot as the depth of the seam allowance.

1.     Cut one 12″ x 36″ rectangle from knit fabric.

2.     Stitch side seam.

  • Fold the rectangle of fabric, right sides together, matching long edges. Pin or use Wonder Clips to secure edges.

I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

  • Set your machine for a straight stitch.
  • Stitch the long edge, leaving a 4″ opening unstitched near the middle, for turning scarf right side out later.
I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog
  • Press the seam allowance flat, then open.

3.     Prepare and stitch the scarf tube.

  • With scarf wrong side out, reach into one end and grasp the other end of the tube from the inside.
I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog
  • Gently pull the far end of the tube until cut edges meet. The outside layer of fabric will be wrong side out.
I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog
  • Secure the cut edges with pins or Wonder Clips.
  • Stitch ends of the tube together. It is easiest to stitch from the inside of the tube.
I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

Note From Team Nancy     Remember to use the freearm on your sewing machine when sewing small areas to make it easy.

4.     Finish the scarf.

  • Turn the tube right side out through the opening in the side seam.
I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog
  • Turn under the seam allowances in the opening; press.
  • Hand stitch opening closed.
I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

Note From Team Nancy     Optional: Fusing is a fast alternative, Press a strip of double stick fusible web to one seam allowance. Remove the paper, and press the seam together.

FREE! I Sew For Fun Infinity Scarf Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog

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15 Comments

  • Alisa Paoletti
    November 2, 2019

    My granddaughter loves making pillows and reading! Our next get-together we will be making reading pillows! One for keeps and one to give!

  • Clovis
    November 2, 2019

    I like making t-shirts for my nieces and nephews.

  • CARLA
    November 2, 2019

    I have the misfortune of having no little ones to sew with as my grandsons are full grown and one of them has a boy (making me a great-grandmother) who just turned one. I sew for the great-grandson. My next project is an EM (Embroidery Buddy) Giraffe for his Christmas present, plus I have several June Tailor bibs to make. I can’t wait to make an infinity scarf as it looks easy enough. I will look on the website to see if there is a video.

  • Liz O
    November 2, 2019

    What a fun series of projects! Love making infinity scarfs , they are perfect projects for de stash my fabric scrap pile. Wonder Clips are my favorite tool! Thanks for the post and the chance to win!

  • Dixie
    November 2, 2019

    I will be making the scarf with my granddaughter when she comes to visit. She loves to sew but her mother does not so loves to come to my house and sew with me.

  • Ann West
    November 2, 2019

    My granddaughter loves to make blankets and clothes for her American doll!

  • Shirley Clark
    November 2, 2019

    My granddaughter loves to make hair ties! I love this tutorial!

  • Peg G
    November 2, 2019

    I teach kids 8-14 how to sew at a summer camp. This scarf is a “must do” this year.

  • Kathryn Pickering
    November 2, 2019

    Some of my favorite projects for young ones include the magic pillowcase for a kiddie (travel size) pillow, bean bags and reading pillows. This infinity scarf will be a great addition to the list.

  • Carolyn T
    November 2, 2019

    I think I’ll get an infinity scarf started to the point of threading one end through the other and then send it to my 10 yo great niece. She can finish it with her grandmother, my sister!

  • Susan
    November 5, 2019

    Think my granddaughter would love to work on this infinity scarf. Lot of fun would be had just selecting the fabric!

  • Sue Roy
    November 8, 2019

    I am presently in a project making reading pillows for elementary students. It is a pillow with a pocket so they can take the pillow and book with them.

  • Lorraine Alves
    November 11, 2019

    Sewing with a young buddy connects the generations. The adult enjoys learning about the buddy’s life and the buddy learns a craft and expands his/her imagination.

  • Karen J Wall
    May 9, 2020

    Need to find patterns for bias cut scarves. Where are they

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