I wanted to take a quick minute to post some of the scarves that I have been making over the past couple of months. When I graduated, I figured I would be going to China mid-February, and I decided not to get a job. Instead I have been teaching myself to sew on my grandmother’s sewing machine. So here are four of the scarves that I have made:
I got all of my ideas from Pinterest, but none of them are the exact same, nor are they exact replicas of any I found online. It was easier and more fun for me to experiment with sizes and see how they all turned out. I have posted them in the order that they were made. They are all infinity scarves, and with the exception of the one above, they are all made with knit fabrics.
This red one is my favorite. It is made from 2 yards of this fabulous knit fabric that I found on sale at JoAnn Fabrics for $5 a yard! All of the other scarves are made with about a yard of fabric, but this one is more billowy because of the extra yard of fabric.
Mom picked out this fabric in the scarf above for herself. She liked the smaller scarves, so I was able to make 2 from the 2 yards of fabric I had. The second one is up for grabs, if anyone wants to make a purchase!
I will have a tutorial on how to make a scarf like the red one above, for anyone who is interested!