When I moved to the south, I naturally thought temperatures would err on the side of too warm, with blazingly hot summers and mild winters. I was mistaken. Oh yes…the summers are hideously hot and humid, but winters still get frigid. This is one of those times. Brrrrrrrr. So here I am, smack (yes, smack) in the middle of a cold snap in “Famously Hot” Columbia, SC (that’s our slogan…pretty awful, huh?), with temperatures dipping into the low teens.
I wanted a soft, comfy infinity scarf to wear today, but didn’t have one I liked. No prob. I knew I could make one in 10 minutes. First, I took this scrap from a previous refashion.
What we have here is the leftover bit from a shortened dress. I saved it, because I loooooove how soft the fabric is. It would feel oh-so-nice wrapped around my neck all day long. :)
I first took this strip of fabric, folded it in half, and pinned the raw edges together (with it inside-out).
Then, I ran the length of the fabric through my machine, creating a tube of fabric.
I turned the tube of fabric right side out, so the raw edge was hidden.
Then, I took each end of my newly created fabric tube and tucked one into the other, folding the outside one in to hide the raw edge.
I ran this through my machine, and Viola! I have a new scarf that I’m quite taken with. It’s not a very long one, but you can see how easy it would be to make a longer one from the bottom of a fuller skirt.
My lil shawty scarf suits me just fine. :)
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