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Saturday, December 14, 2013

Infinity Scarf Assembly Line

It's the only way to get things done that need to get done!


I'm using this awesome tutorial from Fancy Tiger Crafts, with a few alterations. I wanted to get two long infinity scarves (that you can wrap around your neck twice) out of a yard of fabric, so I cut my width to 12.5. This tutorial is so easy and I get to play with voile. Could it be any better? I guess it could be, if I could keep all the scarves. Lol.

Enjoy your Sunday! Hope you are sewing, too. :)  ...and/or baking, like I did today. The stomachache from eating one too many of these was definitely worth it.


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11 comments:

  1. Oooh, pretties! I need to get in that line...

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  2. Glad I'm not the only one with an infinity scarf production line up and running right in time for friendmas presents ;)

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  3. Try the peanut butter cookies with the peanut butter cups in them. Those will do you in well too;) :P

    A grande way to spend a Saturday---with some gorgeous voile:)

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  4. Funny you should say that Jessica. I was at Fancy tiger crafts in Co before thanksgiving and bought some voile. (we don't have any here to see and touch) I did several kinds of scarves and ended up with 9 so far done and 3 ready to hit the mail today. Great minds!!! :)

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  5. Happy sewing.The cookies looks yummiest!

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  6. Looks like a fun (and yummy) weekend!

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  7. I haven't made an infinity scarf yet, thanks for the link.

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  8. look at you go! Lucky friends!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  9. I love infinity scarves I made a few myself using a 1/3 cut of minky and they wrap perfectly around your neck twice (and are so soft!). Thanks for sharing these with us!

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