DIY Infinity Scarf - GUSA by Victoria

DIY INFINITY SCARF . They are calling for a brutal winter this year and you ,my friend, need not break the bank looking for that special scarf to keep you warm. The beauty in crafting your own Infinity scarf is that you get to wear a unique item,that cost you under $25. Yes, it is THAT simple.

Walk with me in this posting and find out what you could do in under an hour. A quick trip to your local Joann’s Fabric store and you get to pick up the material of your choice.I picked a soft light green,polka dotted fleece fabric.

Here’s what you will need:

  1. 45’ x 34’ Fleece fabric
  2. Tape Measure Scissors
  3. Pins
  4. Thread
  5. Sewing machine

Divide the width of your fabric by 2 and cut along the center so that you end up with two separate pieces of fabric.


With right sides facing,pin the two 17 inches wide fleece pieces and stitch 5/8 off the edge of an inch from the, top to bottom.

Press the seam open and then pin the right side of the fabric lengthwise. Again,pin along the entire length of the fabric 5/8’ of an inch from the edge and stitch from top to bottom. Pull what is now a tubal looking scarf, through one of the openings so that the right side is now outside.

You now have a long tubal item with openings on both ends. Pin the right sides facing each other and stitch 5/8’ of an inch from the edge along the width ,as far as you can go. Slip stitch to the last section that can’t be closed out by the sewing machine,as seen in the picture below.

Just like that and in under an hour you have yourself a one-of-a-kind infinity scarf to weather any cold snap this winter.


How to wear it ? In any way it helps you compliment your look for the day. Here is one way to do it.


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Victoria Kageni-Woodard

Gusa by Victoria

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