DIY: No Sew Infinity Scarf

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Hello friends and welcome to another super easy DIY tutorial! Crazily enough, as soon as I figured out this bad boy, winter ended and we have since been enjoying eighty degree days here in So Cal. I’m not super sad about that, but I am hoping for another round of colder temps so I can rock this bad boy some more! Here’s what we are making today:

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Not only is the project super easy, but it only requires a couple of supplies. You will need fabric of your choice (this one is felt, which is nice and warm, but still sturdy), fabric glue and fabric scissors. The first step is to cut your fabric. I measured an infinity scarf I already had that was a good length for me to get the measurements I wanted. I cut my fabric to be 20 inches wide by 64 inches long.

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Fold the fabric in half lengthwise (taco style, as the kids say), with the right side of the fabric on the inside.

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Use the fabric glue to attach the edge, basically creating one super long tube. Make sure you give the fabric glue plenty of time to dry. That is essential to the success of this project!

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Once the glue is dry, turn the long tube inside out so the right side of the fabric facing out.

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Take the ends of the tube and bring them together. Tuck the inside of one end into the other.

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Glue the ends of the tube together, and again, make sure you give the glue plenty of time to dry. Now it is time to rock your new scarf! Loop the scarf around your neck, making sure the seam is in the back. ┬áThis scarf is perfect for a chilly day in the parks, and the bonus is that you can make so many different scarves based on your fabric preferences. I also made a Star Wars one and I’m planning on trying some thinner fabrics for spring time!

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Hopefully I get another chance to wear this adorable Mickey print scarf before summer is upon us, but if not, I will be busting it out as soon as winter comes again next year!

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