Tuesday, March 27, 2012

DIY: three step infinity scarf

Hi guys! I'm Kailie from The Breit Side. I mainly blog about the everyday joys of life with some talk on DIY, food, our little "love nest", and my amazing best friend who happens to be my husband.

Jessi is so kind to let me hang out with you on her blog! Today I thought it would be fun to share a little DIY scarf tutorial with you all. I love these scarves because they are light enough to wear year round, they dress up any plain shirt, and they are so easy and cost effective to make!

Easy Three Step Scarf

Supplies needed:
Lightweight fabric of your choice (about a half of a yard)
Needle and thread

Step 1- Fold your fabric in half, hot dog style. Cut two pieces, mine are about five inches wide
(They don't have to be cut perfect!)

Step 2- Un-fold (Haha) your two pieces, lay them on top of each other, right sides together. Pin both of the short ends together.

Step 3- Stitch the pinned edges together and voila! You have a super cute infinity scarf!

You could hem the edges if you are worried about them fraying, but I like to just let the ends do their own thing!
I wrap mine around three or four times. And sometimes I even knot the scarf instead of wrapping it. The possibilities are oh so endless with these bad boys.

Now go make one, or three!

Thanks for visiting with me today, I can't wait to see you over at our little place!


  1. I definitely want to try this out!

  2. what an awesome idea! need to try this :)