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Lightweight Infinity Scarf

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Updated August 25, 2016
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Lightweight Infinity Scarf
Lightweight Infinity Scarf
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Jazz up your wardrobe with this Lightweight Infinity Scarf, the latest feature of the summer scarf trend. If you want to learn how to sew a scarf that will stay in-season all year, check out this great fashion scarf pattern. Whether you are looking to learn how to make a scarf for the summer, fall, winter, or spring, you could easily transform this sewn scarf pattern into the appropriate piece. Just pick the right fabric! A warm fleece is fabulous for winter, while a light lace would keep your necks safe from the sun all winter.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Under an hour

Sewn by: Machine

Easy

A History of Scarves

Scarves weren’t always the fashionable accessory they are today. In ancient Roman times, scarves were worn to have on hand for wiping sweat from the face. Scarves were also used in militaries to distinguish rank among the members, with different colors symbolizing different stations. During Caeser’s reign in Rome, scarves were worn by senators as a status symbol. Uses for the scarf turned deadly when Russian Tsar Paul I was strangled to death with a scarf.

 

Today, scarves are worn for fashion, warmth, and religious purposes. They are great for adding a splash of color or a bit of pattern to an outfit. Fashionable scarves have their place in history as well. Queen Nefertiti wore a scarf under her famous headdress. It’s said that Beethoven suddenly began wearing scarves and fashionable clothing in attempts to woo Therese Malfatti. Queen Eleanor of France is often pictured wearing a long scarf under her crown.

 

 


Infinity Scarf PatternsPlus, find even more free scarf patterns to sew in How to Make an Infinity Scarf: 19 Infinity Scarf Patterns and in 50 Quick and Easy Sewing Projects


 


 

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I am so loving this tutorial for a very simple,fast and easy infinity scarf that can be made for any season just by changing the fabric you use. I like scarves too but they tend to not stay wrapped around neck and when you you bend over they are so long that they sometimes tend to get annoying but the infinity seems to stay in place. If you get a fabric that is 54" wide does the 6" make a lot of difference or will it be enough?

Infinity scarves are such a great way to add some interest to an outfit. This one is really cute, and seems very easy, too!

Nice idea. Can't wait to make a few of these this fall.

Instructions are easy to follow. I like that this is a quick project.

Hi romeo1 - We would suggest highlighting the portion of the page that you would like to print and then before you hit "print," select the option that says "print selection." Or you could copy and paste the instructions into a Word document and print them that way too. I hope this helps! -Editor for AllFreeSewing

how to do you print the instructions for a pattern without all of the comment feed ?

Fabric.com has lots of voile fabrics.

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