Inspired by all of the cozy looking faux fur winter accessories (but a little put off by their high price tags) and infinity scarves ... I thought it might be fun to combine the two by making a faux fur infinity scarf! This project is VERY easy (takes less than an hour to complete!) and super inexpensive (especially if you use one of those frequent 50% single item coupons that JoAnn's Fabric or Michael's has ... I scored the faux fur I used for under $4!!!).
Get ready to stay warm - while looking sweetly fashionable - this winter!
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Step 1: Supplies
What you'll need:
1/2 yard of faux fur fabric (36 - 44" wide)
Thread to match
Step 2: Sew It Up
Fold fabric in half the long way with right sides together. Pin and stitch ~1/2" in from edge.
Step 3: Finish the Edges
Fold up one end ~1". Pin and stitch. Repeat on other side.
Step 4: Close the "loop"
Turn right-side-out. Tuck in one end into the other to form a "circle" with the scarf and stitch closed.
Step 5: VIOLA ...
In 3 simple steps you now have a luxurious faux-fur infinity scarf ... perfect for keeping your neck warm and toasty (and your look totally stylish) in the icy cool winter days that lay ahead.
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