|New Infinity Scarf|
Pre-retirement, I wore this shirt and sweater in the college classroom and office. Today, a new infinity scarf perked them up for work in the family flower shop.
I have several scarfs planned to change the look during the season.
This skirt was not very full, so had width for only two fabric lengths. Length was enough for a shorter infinity scarf. Fabrics tend to be lightweight, so surging each piece prevents ravels and strengthens seams.
Cut off the elastic band and ties.
Cut open side seams.
Sew the waist right sides together, to make center seam of the scarf.
Fold right sides together into a long tube and stitch.
Turn right sides out.
Stitch the remaining open end, right sides together, leaving a few inches open.
Hand slip stitch this opening closed.
Mary @ RanchHouse