Double-Sided Infinity Scarf
Time Required: 2.5 hours
Stay warm in style with a double-sided infinity scarf. This version features faux leather closure detailing plus two different fabrics for added interest.
Materials and supplies
- Brother sewing machine (this project was made on the NQ900)
- Thread, black and clear
- Cotton, lightweight, black: 39” long (1 m)
- Cotton, lightweight, plaid: 39” long (1 m)
- 2 leather-look closures
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