Lace DIY Infinity Scarf


Lace DIY Infinity Scarf


Lace DIY Infinity Scarf
Lace DIY Infinity Scarf

If you love the look of infinity scarves, but are searching for a lightweight option for warmer spring weather, then you'll love this Lace DIY Infinity Scarf. Made with a little over 1 1/2 yards of fabric, this lace sewing project is light enough to layer with your favorite spring tee and looks stunning when paired with a summer sundress. This DIY infinity scarf only takes about 10 minutes to make, so it's perfect for a last minute gift idea and is an easy accessory that you can throw together in no time. Stop spending money on expensive infinity scarves and create your own custom accessories with this 10 minute sewing project.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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What a lovely idea for a scarf. This is the perfect addition for a solid color dress. I like the fact it is made out of lace so it is lightweight. This will take no time to sew out and it will be perfect with my solid color dress. I work in an office and am always looking for ways to make my outfits looks different. This will do it. Thank you.

I LOVE slinky, silky fabrics hence I have a lot of fabric remnants that would be perfect for these scarves. And these scarves would make great gifts for those unexpected gift giving occasions that pop up every holiday season. Or even just a quick gift to let someone know they are being thought about.

I know a lot of people that wear infinity scarfs in the fall and winter and wonder how they can wear one in the spring without getting to hot and now I see this beautiful scarf made from lace. So pretty and so super easy that this could be a great gift for those scarf lovers. Great for those offices that can tend to get very cold with that AC going in summer. Such a very good tutorial that even beginner can handle. Thanks.

This infinity scarf is fantastic. I love the soft colors and the delicate look of the material. Looks SO feminine and soft. I've always wondered how these were made and if it's as easy as I thought it would be. Will definitely add this pattern to my saved file. This scarf would be perfect for Spring! Thanks for sharing. Love. Love!


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