Infinity Scarf {a tutorial}

Hey y’all!  Today I’m sharing a fun faux-sequin scarf.  Sometimes I click the “Women’s Fashion” button on Pinterest and just see what people are loving these days.  This sequined scarf kept coming up, and I fell in love.  

There were only two problems.  One, it’s $135.  And two, sequins are scratchy and although it’s a gorgeous scarf I know it would drive me nuts.  
Then I happened to spot this woven sequin fabric at Joanns (in the clearance bin, I might add) and I knew what I had to do!  
Oh heck yeah baby, all the cuteness and none of the scratchiness!  And it’s pretty easy.
So basically, you’re going to sew one strip of fabric to the other, which will make a giant tube.  Then twist the tube one time, and pin one half of the opening on one end to one half of the opening on the other end.  (Make sure the sequins are lined up with sequins and knit is lined up with knit.)  Then hand sew the rest of the opening closed.  


I love it paired with a jean jacket.  How would you wear it?

xoxo – Alida

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  1. 1

    LOVE this!! what a great idea, I’m def. gonna make one for myself. Thanks for a great tutorial.

  2. 2

    Very cute! I adore the faux fabric! This is great! I’d love to do a flannel or jersey one! Great job!

    -The Mrs

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  3. 4

    I love the look of sequin too but hate how it makes my neck itch! this is brilliant! I hope I can find this fabric at my store. thank you

  4. 5

    I am putting this on my list of things to make. Now I just need to find some fabric as cool as the stuff you wre able to find.

  5. 6

    Awesome! So clever to use sequin fabric ;)

  6. 7

    I’ve been wanting to make one if these. Super easy to make too.

  7. 8

    Love it!!
    I agree with you about the scratchiness of the sequins – this is a perfect compromise! All the style, none of the pain. Nice job.

    Found my way here via tatertots & jello.

  8. 9

    So is that fabric just printed to look like sequins?? Fantastic!!!

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    Awndrea Newman says:

    Thank you for this tutorial. I’m looking forward to making this. I’m also going to share this with my fashion sewing class

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