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Saturday, August 30, 2014

COPYCAT: Little Did You Know infinity scarf

Ever since reading Andrea's scarf tutorial on her blog -- -- I wanted to copy her beautiful scarves. She has an amazing talent for combining different textures, patterns, and methods into one beautiful scarf. Her tutorials -- spring scarf tutorials -- make the process look so easy with great results. I think my copycat scarf looks great, and I love it but the process wasn't so easy.


I am in love with my new scarf. I loved I could use bits and pieces of leftover fabric scraps to create a new look, and I loved seeing one of my refashion piles go down a teeny bit. I'm sure I'll attempt to create another scarf using Andrea's method as a source of inspiration because I am really in awe of her creativity and abilities.


To check out the entire post with more pictures and my thoughts, click here.

Jennifer Elliott

P.S. Did you know Andrea's recent shoes refashion was her 100th post on Refashion Co-op? AMAZING! I can't wait to hit that milestone!


Elizabeth Hill said...

My refashion piles seem to grow every time I look at them. Guess I better get crackin'!

Very cute scarf!I like how you mixed the nautical and floral prints.

- Elizabeth, EOD
aka The Hungry Octopus

Andrea said...

Wow! Thanks for all the love!!! You are a sweetheart :) I totally forgot AGAIN to make my 100th post special or even mention busy, rushed to get it posted...oh well ;) Thanks for sharing that on your post!

Love this scarf, the mix of prints in there and hope your next one isn't so tough on you ;)